Monthly Archives: May 2014

Walking round the Isle of Portland on the South West coast path

The South West Coast Path is the longest National Trail in England stretching nearly 650 miles between Minehead and Poole Harbour. On its way it is waymarked around the Isle of Portland and, a few weeks ago, I took a … Continue reading

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London’s Regent’s Canal – a surprising gem and a lovely walk

The Regent’s Canal has been there, crossing the middle of London, since 1820. Now, although still used by boats, it provides a peaceful walking and cycling route in the midst of the capital. I would strongly encourage anyone to go … Continue reading

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