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|1st March 2010, 11:04||#31|
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How is trekking in Britain different from trekking in India? What do you carry in your backpack?
Our backpack generally contains tent/sleeping bags, clothes in plastic carry bags for rain protection, atleast 4 litres of water per person, MTR Ready-To-Eat meals/Nestle Maggi, one vessel for cooking, kerosene, match sticks, Glucon-D, chocolates and so on.
|12th May 2010, 17:58||#32|
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|14th May 2010, 10:05||#33|
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Awesome photos. The English countryside is indeed beautiful. I think I had read somewhere that the poet Robert Browning was somewhere in continental Europe and had remarked or perhaps even written a poem about "Spring / summer" in England when the countryside is a magical place.
Do you have by chance any photo of a "bog" ? I have read in some many novels based on old England including Sherlock Holmes mentions this unique piece of nature's work. Keep the photos coming in...!!!
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