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A sweet little sojourn in Guildford, Surrey

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5 fine family finds in England

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Most Beautiful Villages to Visit in UK? 1 Reply

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Discovering England's Isle of Wight

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Comment by Tony Humphrey on April 21, 2019 at 12:21pm

A Special Invitation to a Public Flogging.
Travel is fun, flogging travel is fun, so let’s have fun.
We are introducing tour flogging experiences so please come and get flogged and stay in one of our many floggee hotels etc available at this tour flogging link where you can get flogged by tour guide floggers.
Take a goodly gander at our flogging tours, flogging accomms and adventure and activity flogs all over this tiny planet. Flogging cruises and safaris also take place and are enjoyed by most floggees at -
Our members have been flogged and new members will be flogged but as newbies they get 50% off but they do get the full flog not just a half flog. 
We offer custom flogging with our Travel Affiliate Program where wannabe floggers will get full ‘no cost’ training for our flogging program and will be shown ‘How to Flog’ and ‘How to Improve Flogging’ by our Flogaffiliate Manager.
We also believe that there are many bloggers who want to be floggers and influencers who may want to influence our flogging techniques but are too shy to go public as yet but to cure their shyness they can find out more from our Flogaffiliate link.
Apologies if this flogration was too much of a flog to get through.
Tony Humphrey, FCA (Flogging Control Agent)

Comment by Darryl Musick on October 22, 2014 at 11:42am

This week's new edition of Accessible Attactions at The World on Wheels takes us to London, a city that's just crammed full of stuff to see and do. Accessible Attractions: London, England.

Comment by Tony Humphrey on July 27, 2013 at 2:48pm

In the Tour Operator group Chef LeeZ  asked for some clarification of our TOPs program re pricing.

We allow travel products and services to be added to our program at the same price that they are sold TO wholesalers or the 'outlet' or ' source' price....they DO NOT have to be further discounted....hope this helps...this allows the smallest of quality travel businesses to promote their services at no cost to our members....full info onsite.

Comment by Tony Humphrey on July 24, 2013 at 12:10pm

Arnar...take a look at our Travel Operator Promotions system (TOPs) at and see if it is suitable for your own travel and tour services

Comment by Arnar Olaffson on July 24, 2013 at 6:28am

Icelandic Dream Holidays Introduces Short Travel Packages for Iceland

Comment by edwhatamidoinghere on July 9, 2013 at 6:09am

THE COTSWOLD WAY #PROJECT - ENGLAND - WALKING FROM CHIPPING CAMPDEN... wants to explore with you the world in a different way. This time it will be walking along one of the most famous and most beautiful long distance walks in Europe: The Cotswold Way. And the media this time will be not just photos but videos too!
The Cotswold Way is a long distance walk of 102 miles (little more than 150 km) starting in Chipping Campden in the heart of the Cotswolds. The Cotswolds, also known as Cotswolds Hills, are a large area in the West of England, North of the cities of Bristol and Bath designated Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty.
www.edwhatamidoinghere.blogspot.comwants to introduce you to the beauty of the Cotswolds with videos with posts and photos. As we haven't followed all the Cotswold Way, but we indulged to some detours to visit some beautiful places just next to the Way, you will have the chance to plan your walk in this area, or, if you already know the Cotswold Way, discover some attractions you have missed keeping on the path and that you may want to visit.
We divided the walk in 11 sections and every week we will publish a new section of the walk.
Comment by Tony Humphrey on June 15, 2013 at 8:56pm

Now try the book 'Old Sarum' by Edward Rutherferd

Comment by edwhatamidoinghere on June 15, 2013 at 2:43pm

Thank you Vicky! Yes it's true the grounds are lovely and the walk too!

Comment by Vicky Picks on June 15, 2013 at 8:48am

Lovely pictures of Salisbury Cathedral. The grounds around the cathedral are also lovely, with a nice walk leading to the village of Harnham at the southern edge of the city.

Comment by edwhatamidoinghere on June 15, 2013 at 7:43am


Salisbury Cathedral in 4 dimensions!
Salisbury Cathedral is one of the highest examples of the English gothic architecture in Britain. Situated in the South of England, near Stonehenge, in the beautiful region of Wiltshire, it is a wonderful example of medieval architecture.

It is a wonderful, imposing building. Most of everything it is the effect of the light on the straight lines of its architecture that impressed me and I tried to portrait and exalt in my photos.
The baptesimal font, in my eyes, acts like a gateway to an unreal 4th dimension. I think the designer of the font is a real genius.

Hope you like my photos.






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