After we’ve circled around our planet in just 150 days, we decided to take it a bit more slowly on our next trip. The slowest possible way to travel, actually: We took a stroll through the Kingdom, starting in Lands’ End, final destination John O’ Groats in the north of Scotland. We didn’t walk the whole way, obviously, but rather walked along some of Britain’s nicest hiking paths: The South West Coast Path, Offa’s Dyke Path along the English-Welsh border, the Dales High Way through the Yorkshire Dales, through the Highlands on the West Highland Way. Then we decided to spare our feet some pain and took the bus up to John O’Groats.
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