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Oct 11 2016

The Night I Tried Ayahuasca

A couple of weeks ago, I suddenly felt sick, and proceeded to throw up, not once but lots of times.  I was on my own in Manchester, feeling achy all over and cold.  I won’t labour the point. I’m sure you get the picture.  It wasn’t the best day I’ve ever had.  What was the …

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Sep 28 2016

A Guide to Campsites in Iceland

Camping in Iceland is a great way to keep the cost down, and it adds a different dimension when exploring the country.  Before I left, I found it difficult trying to find information about campsites and camping, so I really didn’t know what to expect.  Having travelled around on my own for 16 days, and having …

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Sep 21 2016

Camping in Iceland: Is it a Good Idea?

The short answer is, YES!  This is the long answer… Until I went to Iceland, I had never been on a camping holiday and hadn’t camped on my own.  When I realised how expensive it would be for me to stay and travel around Iceland for a couple of weeks in the summer, I had …

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Sep 13 2016

Public Swimming Pools in Iceland

Having frequented a few public swimming pools while in Iceland, I believe a trip to one is a must when you visit the country. I love spas, especially natural ones, and I have been to a few public swimming pools in different countries around Europe.  So, when I found out that there were public swimming …

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Aug 10 2016

Preparing for Iceland: My Biggest Travel Challenge in Years

If you had told me 10 years ago that I would travel alone around the world, I wouldn’t have believed you. That’s because I’m a social person. If you’ve met me, you’ll know, first hand, that I like to talk, and I love being in the company of others. As far as I was concerned, …

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Aug 02 2016

Conwy: 10 Things to See and Do

The other weekend, I found myself back in Conwy.  I had only ever been there once before, on a whistle-stop tour, in the winter a couple of years ago.  I’m so glad I went back because there is more to this small, cute-looking town than its narrow, cobbled streets; uneven, old buildings; and castle.  It has a long, interesting …

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