James Davies 2433
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Noosa Heads, AustraliaNoosa HeadsAustraliaGolden sand and turquoise water through the gum trees! Low tide Little Cove, with Noosa main beach in the background. One of Noosa’s famous left...The Roaches, Staffordshire, EnglandThe RoachesStaffordshire, EnglandLooking back at rays of sunlight along the ridge of The Roaches, with the crags of Hen Cloud in the distance. Super sunny day in the Peak District....Rhossili Bay, Swansea City and County, WalesRhossili BaySwansea City and County, WalesLooking down on Rhossili Bay and the Worms Head from the top of Rhossili downs. As well as being a great surf beach (spot the swell lines!) there’s...Ramshaw Rocks layby, Staffordshire, EnglandRamshaw Rocks laybyStaffordshire, EnglandI love the rounded shape the wind and the weather can make on gritstone, and it’s great to climb on! Ramshaw is home to some short but steep (at...Doxey Pool, Staffordshire, EnglandDoxey PoolStaffordshire, EnglandThe Doxey Pool on the top of The Roaches (a wonderful gritstone climbing crag in the Peak District). The pool is apparently bottomless, and the...Paul A Young Fine Chocolates, London, EnglandPaul A Young Fine ChocolatesLondon, EnglandClose up of some of the amazing truffles at this famous chocolate shop so you can read the ingredients. It’s my go to for a very special occasion...Absurd Bird Spitalfields, London, EnglandAbsurd Bird SpitalfieldsLondon, EnglandSerious chicken and waffles at this cool restaurant. Bring a big appetite!Erith, EnglandErithEnglandOld industrial relics rotting into the Thames mud, loom out of the mist. You always see something cool walking the Thames path, but it was really...Dornauberg, Finkenberg, AustriaDornaubergFinkenberg, AustriaDornauberg church in the village of Ginzling, Austria. We were here to ice climb, but there was too much snow! But very very pretty :) Right next...Mayrhofen, AustriaMayrhofenAustriaCloud inversion over the Zillertal valley. Love skiing in blue (ish) skies above the clouds!Creag Meagaidh Nature Reserve, Highland, ScotlandCreag Meagaidh Nature ReserveHighland, ScotlandWinter climbing on Creag Meagaidh, in the Scottish Highlands. A different #perspective, it’s steeper than it looks!Wayside Chapel, Snohomish County, WashingtonWayside ChapelSnohomish County, WashingtonTiny 8 seat chapel just off the Stevens Pass Highway. Super cute, and has even held a few weddings!Wibbley's Gourmet Hamburgers, Bellevue, WashingtonWibbley's Gourmet HamburgersBellevue, WashingtonA little bit out of Seattle, but a good option if you’re near Bellevue. Great burgers, natural fries and nice onion rings without too much...East Wittering, EnglandEast WitteringEnglandLooking down the beach West towards Portsmouth (just visible) in the winter sunshine. Clean surf today - waist to shoulder high but it’s getting...Real Burger Kitchen, Chichester, EnglandReal Burger KitchenChichester, EnglandThe ‘Dirty Harry’ burger - burger patty, southern fried chicken, onion ring, burnt ends, smoked cheese, pepper cream... Serious eat at cool diner...Burbage Bridge, Sheffield, EnglandBurbage BridgeSheffield, EnglandLooking out at wide skies over the Burbage Valley from the bridge end. The valley is one of my favourite bouldering spots in the Peak District, but...West Kennet Long Barrow, Wiltshire, EnglandWest Kennet Long BarrowWiltshire, EnglandThe inner chamber of the West Kennet Long Barrow, a Neolithic burial mound built around 3650 BC. As you can see when we visited there was a Celtic...Silbury Hill, Wiltshire, EnglandSilbury HillWiltshire, EnglandSilbury Hill rising above the fields. It’s the largest artificial mound in Europe, and ‘probably’ completed around 2400 BC. Part of the Avebury...Lesnes Abbey, Belvedere, EnglandLesnes AbbeyBelvedere, EnglandThe ruins of Lesnes Abbey, with the towers of Canary Warf in the background. Founded in 1178, it was one of the first monasteries to be closed...Château de Fontainebleau, Fontainebleau, FranceChâteau de FontainebleauFontainebleau, FranceNapoleon said goodbye to his army here before being sent into exile. It’s beautiful too!
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