Monthly Archives: February 2012

Suffolk Coast Walks 2

Just to update the previous post – Nick Marsh, countryside officer at Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB, went on BBC Radio Suffolk a couple of days ago to talk about my new Cicerone guide and the walking potential that the Suffolk coastal region offers. You can listen … Continue reading

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Suffolk Coast Walks

If I might be allowed a little shameless self-publicity, my new book Suffolk Coast and Heaths Walks: Three Long-distance Routes in the AONB is published today by Cicerone. A bit of a  mouthful, I know – let’s just call it ‘Suffolk … Continue reading

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Pink

I  will let the pictures do most of the talking in this post. Buddhist nuns in Myanmar always dress in a fetching pink colour. A nun’s life is tough but they seem cheerful enough, collecting alms in the market, studying Pali sutras or sorting … Continue reading

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The Road to Moulmein

‘By the old Moulmein pagoda lookin’ lazy at the sea There’s a Burma girl a-settin’ and I know she thinks o’ me’ These words by Rudyard Kipling form the opening lines of the Road to Mandalay, an evocative poem that … Continue reading

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