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Scotland’s West Highlands are one of the most magical places on the planet. In summer they are umpteen shades of green, pink and purple (heather in flower is so beautiful). As the days grow shorter and the cold sets in, the Highlands become a picture......

I love the lane ways of Porto Portugal! So much colour and beautiful decoration. Note the wall tiles (Azulejo) – these are very common in Portugal. They can be found everywhere from churches, and palaces to everyday houses and cafes. Many are just repeating patterns......

I am relatively new to this photomatography game. I’ve had a reasonable interest since I got myself a Canon 400D DSLR about 8 years ago, but I relied heavily on the in-built features to make photos look good, and shot exclusively in JPG. It was......

When it comes to travel, I have an underlying fear of missing out. It is such a great big beautiful world, and I wish to see as much of it as possible before my time upon it ends. I want to experience its richness, meet......

Camino Portuguese Day 12 – PadrĂ³n to Santiago de Compostela – we did it!! Oh My God it hurt like hell, but WE DID IT! Today was supposed to be around 24km, about a third of it on paths through woodland. What the book failed......

Camino Portuguese Day 11 – Caldas de Reis to Padron – completed! Woo hoo! Only 24 km left to go to Santiago de Compostela! Today was a relatively short 18km through some spectacular woodland areas. 50% of the Way was on forestry trails, mostly dirt......

Camino Portuguese Day 10! There’s only 2 more days to go! Oh thank God for that. Today we had a wonderful walk through some beautiful countryside. The weather was perfect – the morning started crisp and cool and rain-free. The sun poked its head out......

Camino Portuguese Day 9 – we’re in Pontevedre for the day! After seeing the forecast for today, we made the decision, correctly as it turns out, to avoid getting thoroughly soaked. There’s nothing more miserable than a sore soggy pilgrim. It has poured rain on......