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Walking in France – Hiking through vineyards to Saussignac

Walking in France – Hiking through vineyards to Saussignac

I have already written one post about the lovely Camino de Santiago. If you want to do the whole walk to Santiago de Compostela in Spain it would take around three weeks. I’m not an expert about it; We only did two days walk, then looped back to walk back to where we started. There are lots of different routes through different countries so this was only one possibility. But if you ever find yourself near Port-Sainte-Foy-et-Ponchapt or Sainte-Foy-la-Grande on the Dordogne river, this…

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Walking in France – Camino de Santiago

Walking in France – Camino de Santiago

Have you heard of the Camino de Santiago? It is a huge network of walks that link through several different countries all leading to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. My big sister, Emmy, lives in Port-Sainte-Foy, right on one of the routes through France. So, when Marc and I visited her, we decided to wander along a part of it. This French section of the walk is called Chemin de St Jacques de Compostelle. We only explored a teeny part of  the…

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Globetrotters – A Walk and a Lark — thewanderingdarlings

Globetrotters – A Walk and a Lark — thewanderingdarlings

The fantastic Mel from the Wandering Darlings has let me loose on her blog! Mel has a whole series called Globetrotters where she interviews people who all love to travel. The idea is to share travel stories, tips and advice from all different types of travelers. I hope you guys like it! You can read my post over on her blog here… So we’ve taken a few weeks off with our Globetrotter series (sorry about that!) but we are back tonight and…

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Exploring Ireland – Tombs, Crosses and cat carvings

Exploring Ireland – Tombs, Crosses and cat carvings

This is slightly different to my normal posts as it only involves a teeny bit of walking. BUT if you ever find yourself in the boarder area between Northern Ireland and Ireland, I have some cool historical sites to share with you. You’ll need a car, or at least a bike and bundles of energy! At the start of September Marc and I zoomed back to Europe, to Ireland for an amaaaaazing wedding. One of Marc’s little brothers, Alex, married…

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