Monthly Archives: April 2014

Short circular walk from Stow number 2

It was a fun little circuit that took me just over an hour and a quarter although my pace was more march than stroll.

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Short circular walk from Stow-on-the-Wold

Stow-on-the-Wold is a great place to visit not only for its typically Cotswoldian charm, tea rooms and cricket museum but also as it’s a great place to start a short circular walk from. Firstly, this is because (if you’re a

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Sustainable Tourism

For every $100 spent by tourists in poorer countries of the world only $5 actually stays with the local population. Quite a staggering statistic.

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Broadway Tower (again!)

Broadway Tower currently features on the front cover of the latest edition of the Lonely Planet for Great Britain.

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Broadway Tower

Then, to top it all off, the views from the roof are quite sensational.

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The Future of Tourism 2014

One topic that struck a chord was with regards to travelling to countries deemed to be politically broken or have questionable human rights records.

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Latest developments

It’s been a hell of a journey so far and I haven’t even started yet. I’m very much looking forward to getting going now.

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Travelling in Africa

I’ve not written a post about travelling for a while…

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The model village Bourton-on-the-Water

I can’t deny going “fee fye foe fum” under my breath and acting like a big giant throughout the duration of my visit.

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