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trip report by site editor Rick McCharles The most famous walking in Bermuda is the Railway Trail. But I prefer day hiking Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve out by the airport in tranquil St. Davids. Cooper’s Island is no longer an island. …thanks to reclamation work is now joined to St. David’s Island as a southeastern peninsula … The […]
I’m brainstorming a trip for summer 2018. I could rent a car and do this loop. Vehicle and fuel would be expensive, but I’d camp most nights. That gets me to Skjeggedal, Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), Rondane National Park, Hardangervidda National Park … as well as the scenic Atlantic Road driving tour. Leave a comment if […]
As I travel around the world I join many FREE city tours. If you enjoy the experience, you tip the guide. One such company, for example – tours4tips.com Because the guides only survive if they make good tips, the tours are (usually) excellent. For the first time I saw offered in Valparaíso, Chile Trekking for […]
trip report by site editor Rick McCharles Most hikers bypass the island of Chiloe en route to bigger adventure destinations in Patagonia. Click PLAY or get a glimpse of my hike on YouTube. That’s the Chiloé National Park. The southern section near the village of Cucao. Entrance fee $3 in 2018. It includes zones of […]
toilets work completely without water do not require any additional material (chemicals, saw dust, etc.) less odour than traditional pit toilets far less maintenance I learned about this system from the Outside magazine podcast – Ep. 19: An Amazingly Crappy Story Canadian researcher Geoff Hill is now putting the French design into National Parks in […]