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England is now better known for vibrant cities with great nightlife and attractions, contrasted with green and pleasant countryside. It's said that Ireland, once visited, is never forgotten; the landscape has a mythic resonance, the country's history is almost tangible, and its people seem put on earth expressly to restore faith in humanity. Wales is just what you picture it to be: rolling moorlands, tongue-twisting place names, Rugby Union... But also fantastic walking, cycling, fishing, water and adventure sports as well as some fine festivals. Scotland's' people are feisty, opinionated and fiercely loyal. The countryside is a wild, beautiful tumble of raw mountain peaks and deep glassy lakes.

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Thatch house in Midsomer Mallow (Warborough): by graynomadsusa, Views[6]
Our Lunch at the FDL pub, Dorchester: by graynomadsusa, Views[7]
Actual pubs used in Midsomer Murders, Dorchester-0n-Thames: by graynomadsusa, Views[6]
John Warburton appeared in Midsomer Murders, Corn Exchange, Wallingford: by graynomadsusa, Views[6]
The Corn Exchange stood in for Causton Theatre on Midsomer Murders, Wallingford: by graynomadsusa, Views[8]
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Finding Midsomer

Fri, 13 May 2022 | By graynomadsusa | Views [13]

KATE'S AIRBnB IN OXFORD HAS EVERYTHING we could want— plus a fabulous garden! It’s actually in Crowley, an easy mile’s walk from Oxford University. As I wrote about our visit ten years ago (journals.worldnomads.com/vagabonds)  ... Read more >

Photos: Around Oxford

Mon, 9 May 2022 | By graynomadsusa | Photo Gallery

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A Slow Boat to Europe

Sun, 1 May 2022 | By graynomadsusa | Views [18]

EVEN IF, LIKE US, YOU’VE VISITED ALL THE PORTS-of-call before, a trans-Atlantic cruise from the States to Europe is a great deal—if you have the time, that is. At a “school zone” cruising speed of 20 knots, it took us 15-days ... Read more >

Photos: Sailing to Europe

Sat, 30 Apr 2022 | By graynomadsusa | Photo Gallery

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27 hours in Edinburgh

Thu, 17 Sep 2020 | By swathi | Views [235]

Day 1   The Avanti West Coast zoomed from Euston to Edinburgh Waverly, every tilt synonymous with a turn in my stomach. Sydney, my friend from UEA and I were going on our second trip; the first being Budapest in 2017. The 5.5 hour-long train ... Read more >

Tags: edinburgh, haggis, hike, scotland, volcano, whiskey

Photos: Edinburgh

Wed, 16 Sep 2020 | By swathi | Photo Gallery

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Covid Lockdown in the Peak District

Tue, 11 Aug 2020 | By steve_and_emma | Views [121]

As the global pandemic started to spread and the first cases were being reported in Ethiopia it was time to think about what to do. Emma’s school announced it was closing and all the advice seemed to say that the Ethiopian health care system couldn’... Read more >

Photos: Covid Lockdown in the Peak District

Tue, 11 Aug 2020 | By steve_and_emma | Photo Gallery

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Photos: Scotland 2019

Sat, 26 Oct 2019 | By shaz | Photo Gallery

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A Wet St Thomas & St John 2019

Tue, 28 May 2019 | By shaz | Views [188]

It rained as I stepped on to US Virgin islands and it rained harder when I left. It was a wet day but at least it was warm The weather didn't stop me exploring although it should have. I started the day with a drive around the island which showed me ... Read more >

European Monoliths

Sat, 23 Mar 2019 | By jackkloe | Views [256]

Europe is home to many marvellous sights. From the Eiffel Tower in France and the Colosseum in Italy to the Sagrada Familia in Spain and the Acropolis of Athens in Greece. These are truly sights to behold ! Along with these wonders are their ... Read more >

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Building Rivalry

Sat, 23 Mar 2019 | By jackkloe | Views [223]

The Bank of Manhattan Photo by: Phillip Kalantzis Cope Different countries have always been in competition with each other - usually with their very close neighbours . This is true in the realm of architecture also. ... Read more >

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Photos: European Monoliths

Sat, 23 Mar 2019 | By jackkloe | Photo Gallery

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The Tallest Buildings in the World

Sat, 23 Mar 2019 | By jackkloe | Views [453]

Architecture is a modern, man-made wonder. If you follow any of the hashtags on social media related to architecture - #archiecturelovers, #architecturestyle, etc. - then you’ll be in awe of all the many grandiose and breathtaking buildings ... Read more >

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