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    What I Learned About Swans

    Most weekends we spend at the lake which is a flooded gravel pit with a spit of land in the middle where there may be anything from a few dozen to a few hundred water birds going placidly about their business – gulls, geese, ducks, swans Read more…

  • Happy Hedgehog Day!

    Happy Hedgehog Day!

        Here are few fun facts about hedgehogs: 1) Hedgehog moves through the hedges and it release pig-like grunts — thus, the name hedgehog. 2) Their eyesight is weak but their eyes are adapted for night-time vision. When they hunt for the food they use Read more…

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    Ivan the Terrible as a Swan

    As soon as we put the blanket on the ground he showed up, followed by his mates, who turned out to be his girlfriends. We counted five in total.  He was the Alpha male standing out from the others by his size, long neck and attitude. He Read more…

  • Black Swan at the Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire

    Have you seen a Black swan?

    We have seen black swans at Spade Oak Nature Reserve in Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire.  The black swan was originally introduced into the UK from Australia to brighten up ornamental wildfowl collections and there are only a few places in the UK where you can spot them. We have been going to Spade Oak Lake Nature Reserve Read more…

  • Old Harbour in Weymouth, ReadyClickAndGo


    What a lovely seaside town! Wide beaches with golden sands, calm blue water (there are no tidal currents within 2 miles of the shore), a charming esplanade of slightly faded Georgian buildings of guesthouses, once-grand hotels and cafes with an ornate clocktower in the middle of Read more…

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    Marlow to Temple lock walk

    Length: 3.90 miles (6.5km) Duration: 2 hours both ways with a break at the Temple Lock Conditions: flat Level of difficulty: Easy. Suitable for beginners. Or people who don’t keep fit. Nice day out for families. Cyclist. Or taking a dog for a nice walk.  Only nag Read more…

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    Visit to Burford in Cotswolds

    Burford, one of England’s prettiest small medieval towns in Cotswolds is exclusive places to shop, eat, drink and stay. The name Burford is said to mean a defended settlement by a ford. Burford is situated 20 miles west of Oxford at the crossing of the A40 with the Read more…

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    RIDE INTO THE PAST – The Brecon Mountain Railway

    “Quick. I can see the steam.”  We locked the car and ran as fast as possible towards the station. At the ticket office we rudely interrupted a lady in front of us in order to get the tickets for our steam train ride on the Brecon Mountain Railway. With tickets Read more…

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    Hereford Cathedral

    On the way back from Hay-on-Wye we stopped at Hereford Cathedral which dates from 1079 and houses one of the oldest maps of the world called Mappa Mundi. Unfortunately taking photos of the map itself is not allowed but if you have the chance Google “Mappa Mundi”. Very interesting!        

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    Who is St Dunstan?

    We visited St Dunstan Church in Monks Risborough and he is a jolly interesting chap! For over 200 years St Dunstan was England’s favourite saint, partly perhaps because he is said to have pulled the devil’s nose with his blacksmith’s pincers when he disguised himself as Read more…

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The Diocletian Palace, Split

It’s called a Palace but in the fact it’s a fortress -cum- military camp with huge gates and watchtowers,   built on the shore of Adriatic Sea  four miles from Salona, the capital of the Roman Province of Dalmatia. The palace was supposed to be a retirement home for Read more…

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Things to see and do in Hangzhou, China

There are so many Paradises on Earth but there is only one in China and it’s called Hangzhou!   The house itself was typical old traditional Chinese house – with long corridors, small courtyards and a garden in the yin yang style with rocks in different Read more…

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