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The Coastal Path in Malta

In April this year we went off to Malta and experienced some coastal walking there.  We were told Malta is a “marmite country” – you either love it or you hate it.  I loved it! Early morning was a good … Continue reading

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77f – Dancing Ledge to Winspit

The central section of Dorset’s coastline is literally lined with ledges.  We had just been to Dancing Ledge, but heading west there is Gun Ledge, Seacombe Ledge and Winspit Ledge, to name but a few.  As you head west you … Continue reading

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77e – Dancing Ledge

I had been looking forward to Dancing Ledge for miles, and then all of a sudden it popped into view.  There – in the foreground! Dancing Ledge was the site of the largest cliff quarry in Dorset which did not … Continue reading

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77c – Durlston Part II

About a quarter of a mile beyond Durlston Castle and its Great Globe lies an entrance to the Tilly Whim Caves. These are not natural caves, but rather a group of three limestone quarries dating back to the 17th Century.  They … Continue reading

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