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For women with a sense of adventure

Having an adventure on holiday is such a subjective notion. The skydivers who recently completed the first ever parachute jump over Mount Everest spent 15 years planning and $24000 each to get their adventure kicks. Personally, I am a bit … Continue reading

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Treeclimbing with Goodleaf, Isle of Wight

(first published in the column, My Life in Travel, The Observer, 8 March 2009) Interview with Paul McCathie, recreational tree climber, Goodleaf Tree Climbing Adventures, Isle of Wight  I started climbing trees after a gap year travelling.  I came home … Continue reading

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A greener shade of Wight

Gone are the purple rinses, the Isle of Wight is the new black. Or should I say green. It surfs, it sculpts, it sings, and it’s shouts sustainability.  It was also the guts of a hundred quid to go there … Continue reading

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