Posted By Dave And Deb • 9 Comments » • Active Travel, Guest Posts, How to Plan your next Trip, How to travel on a Budget
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I love a Microadventure and since joining a local group in Norfolk I’ve been out over 30 nights. It started at one a month then every two weeks until we were arranging weekends in the Peak District and even Scotland. It was starting these Microadventurers that inspired me to write a blog and plan a family gap year.
Microadventures is great idea. It cost less and i still can have fun. Thank you for the article 🙂
AWESOME VIDEO… NICE DESCRIPTION IT’S VERY TRUE THAT MANY OF US DON’T KNOW ABOUT PLACES IN THERE PLACE ONLY… I HAVE TRAVELLED & ENJOYED ALL PLACES WERE I STAY…
Such a great post! When we lived in London, we’d always try to get out and do something interesting over the weekends, even if it was just a walk in the countryside outside London. Too many people don’t even think of exploring their own backyard and that’s a shame because there’s always something new to see and do 🙂
Great tip..i’ll do that 😀
I am guilty with the #1 tips. Maybe it’s time for me to explore my own country and I bet that would be an awesome experience!
i want to this and it is very true so many time people travel around the world but dont know a lot places close to them
Great pictures! And you have great tips here 😀
I love all these ideas. We did the whole jumping into the lake even thought it’s freezing thing. It was horrible at the time, but now a fond memory. I am definitely going to try some of the others too. Thanks for a great post.
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