Slow travel - Embers on the hearth

Slow travel focuses on experiences over bucket lists.

When you practise slow travelling you take the time to appreciate and learn from the local culture, you experience the local cuisines, and you share your time with locals.

It may seem like you do less on paper, but you grow as a person and truly discover the place and its culture


Indoor activities: 30 ideas for things you can do when the weather is not on your side, or you are too tired to have a day out.

Outdoor activities: 30 ideas for when you feel like exploring our local area.

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