Travel Digest #590

in traveldigest •  16 days ago  (edited)

Introduction

Hi everyone! @LivingUKTaiwan here with today's edition of the #TravelDigest. We're going walking again today with our three featured posts. Three very different types of walks in three different countries. Enjoy!

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Travel Digest

#1 Lord Nigel's Travels - a walk across England - Day One by @lordnigel

This part of the trek is very tough, there is no slowly easing into it with the Coast-to-Coast it's hard work every day. Navigation is difficult and its even very dangerous with several people a year attempting and not surviving the trial - approx 30 people a year die completing the Coast-to-Coast.For me there was allot of mud having rained for several days non stop before I started (such is the way in England) - pretty hard to take for an Aussie out of his element :)

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#2 Share My World: Water Walk by @sjarvie5

One of the best projects that was happening at the camp was the water project. This was a project that was being implemented by the people at MERC (the camp we were staying at) for the local community.Here is a look at the water walk we went on to learn more about the project.Up on the top part of the property stood a newly built water tower. It was a frequent place to hang out and see sunsets.
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#3 Pizalun - mountain with the most spectacular views by @delishtreats

A couple of weeks ago I was searching for an easy forest hike somewhere in the canton of Graubünden as my favorite trails are there and it's not that far away from where we live. This is how I came across Pizalun.The 7 km long trail with an elevation gain of less than 500 meters was exactly what I was searching for. It should be completed within 2.5 hours, but I knew that it will take us much longer as we planned to take a lot of photos and have a picnic in the forest.
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Thank you so much.

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You're welcome @cherryzz

  ·  16 days ago (edited)

that was such a great adventure,i like that adventure but i never tried it :( i was envy @lordnigel

Let's all stay tuned to the rest of his walk

That was great, i was excited to see those walk..

Never been to Tenneesse before, intersting walk around town

Thanks for the mention! Keep up the great work 👍🏽

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Good luck with the move, and look forward to see some our your travels from the other side of the world

Thanks! We’re also curious as to what kind of adventures we’ll find 😉

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Thanks for mentioning the article I wrote - about a walk through the magnificent rose garden in Germany 🌹 :)