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Countless Stones, Little Kit's Coty and Kit's Coty. Megalith survivors from the Medway valley.

Mentioned in the Dancing Hare song ‘Coldrum Stones’ which I composed in 2014 (on the forst Dancing Hare album), this is the first in  little set of articles focusing on my personal journies tothe Medway Megaliths, which extend from Addington neolithic sites up to the North Downs.  1.745 kata lagi

Neolithic Cornwall

Today we finally managed to find the layby near to the Lanyon Quoit (Neolithic Period) along the Morvah to Madron road in West Penwith. Having driven past many times it is a relief to finally find the right spot! 174 kata lagi


Dolmens of Carlow

Carlow is the second smallest county on the island of Ireland but it has an abundance of ancient heritage.

Carlow is the home of not one but two megalithic portal tombs known as Dolmens. 351 kata lagi

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Wwoofing at Companhia, Portugal.


Wwoofing was a great experience, a very interesting way to travel. I’d heard about it, and tried it with a few friends. I spent less than a month camping and volunteering on an organic farm, which was an enlightening and enjoyable experience overall. 768 kata lagi


Festival to checkout this December. #DSFKHI

What’s the most happening and must visit place this year end?

Dolmen Mall in Karachi for sure.

Why?  Because there is a year end shopping festival going on,  where there is something for everyone. 328 kata lagi


Guys! We have a new fun thing to do in Karachi! It got me super excited because there are some activities I LOVE besides eating too. 435 kata lagi