Farms, Country Cottages and Smaller Houses

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Explore #238: Tbilisi’s hidden staircases, Georgia – October 2018

Explore #2 of the ‘Love Bears’ Tour After our jam-packed day of exploring in Tskaltubo, we made our way to Tbilisi for a few days. Georgia’s capital is a vibrant and varied city, and I can recommend to to anyone looking for an enjoyable city break – diverse history, delicious food and wine, and incredibly friendly locals. The only downside is the traffic – even our Italian team mate Diego thought they drove like maniacs! My first post from Tbilisi…

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Explore #216: Glyde Court, County Louth, Ireland – September 2017

Explore #1 of the ‘Almost Died Tour’ In September 2017 James, Jade, Daniel and I did a mini road trip around The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, exploring a mix of both abandoned and other locations of interest with some ‘wild’ camping en route. We all met at Stansted Airport, and were joking about some of the YouTube goons who have recently being drawing unwanted attention to our pastime by posting ‘clickbait’ videos with deliberately sensationalised titles along the…

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Explore #197: Villa Pesenti, Italy – October 2016

Explore #10 of the ‘128mb SD Card Tour’ On the final morning of our trip we managed to squeeze a couple of quick explores in before heading to the airport. The first was this abandoned villa with a unique and beautiful outbuilding… History This villa was owned by the Pesenti family, which in 1864 founded what later became the sector-leading Italcementi producer of cement and other construction aggregates. By the 1920s the company had grown to a 12-plant and 1500-employee…

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