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Dagobert D. Runes (whoever he is)

 
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Light Up Christmas with a Quick Photo Course
Chris Coe will be running two short photo courses (2 1/2 hours each) on Wednesday 10th Dec for anyone who'd like to get the most from their digital camera. The first (from 4 to 6.30pm) is on learning the key things about your digital camera set-up and how to get the best out of it when you're travelling, and the second (from 7 to 9.30pm) on how to get those really atmospheric low-light shots on your travels. Both courses will include going out on a shoot to put what you've learnt into practice. They start and finish at the Intrepid Travel store in Islington, London. They cost 40 each but include vouchers worth 100 off Intrepid trips and Photo Iconic photography courses. To book online visit http://www.intrepidtravel.com/inspirations/events/ Aternatively contact the store or email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
Hanna Lindon

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Travel and adventure writer published in a wide range of newspapers and magazines, including Adventure Travel, The Scotsman, TGO, Trail, Country Walking, Flybe Uncovered, Flybe Nordic, Velocity and John Lewis Edition. Subjects of interest include walking, mountaineering, climbing, horse-riding and off-the-beaten-track travel.


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"For habitual travellers to Greece the Peloponnese also offers something of a time machine. Fifteen or twenty years you could still see old men going to their fields on donkey back, old women clad in black preparing vegetables on their doorsteps, main roads blocked by flocks of goats, olives being picked with no more aid than a triangular wooden ladder and a big stick, tractors made from converted lawnmowers, and village shops seemingly unchanged since the 1940s. In the Peloponnese you still can."


Andrew Bostock, Greece: The Peloponnese, (Bradt).
 

 

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