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It may not boast baboons or buffalo, but the English countryside is as worthy of exploring

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”I walk along a rain-washed beach picking up Werther’s Original wrappers, roll muntjac deer poop between my fingers and find myself developing a deep, abiding love for bird-watching”

It’s hard to be cynical while holding a pygmy shrew. It’s small, covered in velvet-soft fur and has a questing little snout like the cutest shrunken elephant you can imagine. You find yourself wanting all the universe’s moving parts to align to ensure that this little shrew’s life is constructed of interlocking cogs of joy. It’s lovely.

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Walk this way: Lofty passes through volcanic lunar landscapes; ancient pilgrim pathways strewn with churches and ruins; sumptuous forested trails opening out onto vineyards. a rambler’s reward is culture, ambience and wild scenery on the walking routes through Italy, France and Spain