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Canyoning & Gorge Scrambling In Coniston

I think of myself as pretty adventurous. Someone who will try anything once. Before June, I'd n...

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Competition: Win A Pair Of Customised Sungod Sunglasses

I've been searching for my ideal pair of sunglasses for a LONG time. I have ones for skiing, I ...

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Danforth Yachting: A Fantastic Lakeside Lodge On Lake Malawi

Our last night in Malawi was spent at Danforth Yachting, a delightful water sports lodge in Cape Mc...

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Mumbo Island: Lake Malawi's Ecotourism Paradise

There are certain places in the world that have to visit at least once. Then there are other places...

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On Safari In Liwonde National Park

As I started writing this post, I began to count how many times I'd been on safari. Twice in So...

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Hello, and welcome to Simon's JamJar, an award-winning UK travel blog about inspiring adventures, discovering the unexplored, and foodie experiences from around the world, from me, Simon Heyes.

The aim of this travel blog is to inspire you to travel to places you've never been before, and experience the unexperienced. Whether it is hiking the Inca Trail, road tripping in a campervan around New Zealand or exploring Iceland's Golden Circle, you'll find plenty of adventures and travel inspiration on this blog.

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