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Diary of a Slow Traveller – San Gimignano – a mix of old and kitsch

During our sojourn to Italy we took a day trip tof the medieval walled town o San Gimignano. Getting there from Florence is pretty straight forward even if you are not driving. We’d read the guidebooks and spoken to others, … Continue reading

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The Diary of a Slow Traveller: Close to Home – Second Valley, South Australia

I was reading the wonderful blog Windows into History  on the  joy of slow travel, a subject upon which I have often blogged.  It is a reflection of travel close to home in 1900 by Richard Le Galliene, albeit in his … Continue reading

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Time Pressure – The Clock is Ticking

Since leaving my life as a professional I seem to have had time but not at the moment. In the last couple of weeks I have felt the pressure of the clock. For the first time since I embarked on “What’s … Continue reading

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The diary of a Slow Traveller – Walking the streets, Siracusa, Sicily

The very nature of  Slow Travel is that you can establish a daily routine because there is no  need to race to the next new thing. Over our weeks in Sircausa our daily routine became a leisurely walk through the … Continue reading

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The Diary of a Slow Traveller

Slow travel is quite simply not being in a hurry. Slow Travel happens when you don’t have a deadline or timeline hanging over you. It’s about taking your time to get somewhere and when you do, taking the time to … Continue reading

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