Places to stay: Damp on Dartmoor

It was my birthday last week (oh hello middle-to-late twenties!) and a big gang of us went to stay on Dartmoor for sunshine and barbeques. And then it rained a lot, so instead we went walking in bogs, met the Hound of the Baskervilles and drink a lot of gin by the fire.

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Wine tasting by bike in Argentina

Wine tasting by bike in Argentina

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