Bird Watching Along London’s Waterlink Way

On the 59th day of my Lewisham lockdown, Boris Johnson announced that restrictions in England were easing slightly.

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Day 38 to 40: Wild London Within One Mile

During a busy week of lockdown working, my permitted daily walk has kept me sane. Often just around the block or on calmer days, the one mile stretch up to Hilly Fields in Brockley.

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Day 23 to 25: A Summary Of London’s Green Chain Walk

London is a fascinating city for infinite reasons. Just one of which is that it holds enough green space to be considered for National Park status.

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Day 8: Memories Of Spring 2019 In Crystal Palace Park, London

Glorious sunshine filled the flat today and I spent a lunch break out on the balcony staring towards the peak of Crystal Palace park on the horizon.

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Day 1: Spring Has Arrived In Ladywell Fields, London

So here it is. Day one of social distancing.

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A Walk On Mondello’s Wildside in Capo Gallo Nature Reserve

As the footpath disappeared completely into boulders the size of compact Italian Fiats, only my gaze could continue to trace the tiny slither of land towards the peninsula’s vertiginous point.

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Close Encounters With Australian Wildlife

It sounds a little naive but before I arrived in Australia, I only associated its animals with its vast areas of wilderness.

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Unexplored Guatemala: From Rio Dulce To Livingston

Part Four: A journey along the Sweet River

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Unexplored Guatemala: Remote Trails And Wild Friends

Part Three: Roaming in the wilderness

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A Photo Essay Of Granada, Nicaragua

In Nicaragua, almost half the population sit below the poverty line, which is why Granada comes as a surprise. Its colonial-era riches stand strong in its architecture and a recent tourism boom has given rise to a high-end foodie culture and niche shops.

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