Drinking water for folks on Walking Holidays

Water fountain

Drinking water on Walking Holidays. So let’s have a look at your walking day. You’ve just had a superb English breakfast at a cosy little UK B&B. The walkers’ manual suggests, “Caffeine: Avoid caffeinated beverages before your walk, they cause you to lose fluid, making you thirstier as well as making you take inconvenient stops […]

Walking in Britain and Europe

On the GR 65.

Britain and Europe must be the favourite parts of the world to walk in. There is a range of great day walks and long distance trails for all classes of walkers. History trails, French vineyard paths, Italian coastal walks. For example, the GR 65 from Le Puy to Conques in France. The GR65 is one of the traditional […]

Some breathing space in our busy lives

Walking in Rome

Walking is becoming more popular as we get older, for all sorts of reasons. One of them is to obtain more “breathing space” in our busy lives. A walking holiday provides this and much more, such as the experience of engaging our senses with the land around us. Sure, there’s sweat and some tears in walking, but […]