Monthly Archives: August 2016

Not so busy in Britain

By Noah – We’ve returned home now, to our own beds and a whole house to ourselves, a lot better off after the last journey. We may be tired and in desperate need of sleep, but we both enjoyed our little … Continue reading

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Very tired now…

By Noah – Today was our last full day travelling round Prague and our last full day on this wonderful journey. Today we decided to see everything on the other side of the Vlatava river so that we could confidently … Continue reading

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´╗┐Castles and Caches

By Noah – Today was our first full day in Prague and to avoid the early afternoon heat -and I mean heat- that we had been caught out in the previous day we left before nine in the morning. We … Continue reading

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Sun cream? Check. Sunglasses? Check. Sunshine? Czech!

Steps: 12,749 Distance: 8.89km Flights of stairs: 22 By Noah – Today was the day of our journey into the next, and final, town on our trip. This also meant venturing into another country before flying home. We had plenty … Continue reading

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How many flights of stairs?

Steps: 19,386 Distance: 13.31km Flights of stairs: 92 By Noah – Today was the day we had allocated to explore the Saxony Switzerland National Park that we are now in. We had looked ahead and decided, after much deliberation, to … Continue reading

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Water, water, and more water

Written on 5th August by Noah –  I am writing this post from a Dampfschiffarht ( yes, that is the real name for a paddle steamer) as we slowly make our way down the Elbe. This very wide and very … Continue reading

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Dresden, part 2

Steps: 10,143 Distance: 7.02kmBy Noah – on our second day in Dresden we decided to venture over to the other side of the Elbe, a much newer part of town but it still had its hidden spots. Our first stop … Continue reading

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