Time for adventure
Microadventuring offers you a chance to escape your routine and discover new places, no matter how busy you are, writes Jasper Winn.
Over a recent cold, wet and windy weekend, I spent three nights in a stone hut in west Cork. There was no electricity. Water came from a stream. Heat, light and cooking depended on a fire made from scavenged sticks. It was a 5km walk on a track over hills and bog from the nearest village. I'd carried in food, a few books and a sleeping bag in a rucksack. During the days, I walked....
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