Iceland, a sight never forgotten.

Seeing the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights as they are most commonly known, was by far the most privileged and majestic sight I have ever had. We started our day catching the shuttle from our hotel/apartment and travelled to Reykjavik

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Camping and Caravan Show 2016

As an avid camper with four kids that also don’t complain too much about living in a canvas sack with 200 new friends, I always get a little bit excited at showtime. Website. As far as innovation and advances go

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Help Us With a Walk

Pull on your walking boots for the 21st annual KM Charity Walk Walkers are invited to take part in the annual KM Charity Walk to support The Green Organisation. The annual walk – now in its 21st year – is

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Golfing Green

According to the British Golf Industry Association (BGIA) website there are currently some sixty million golfers worldwide.  Whilst numbers are growing, various surveys conducted over the past few years show that the rate of growth worldwide has been affected by

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Tour of India : Marble Marvel

Roger Wolens writes about the delights of India – environmental and otherwise A visit to the Taj Mahal must always be a top priority for any visit to India, and deservedly so. Its outline is so familiar to everyone that

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