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Archive for July, 2016

July 23rd, 2016 by Peter Bargh

Tramlines 2016 day 2

Tramlines day 2 -an interesting evening of ethereal, improvised nu-jazz, alt rock and some rock’n’roll. At The Three Cranes (Inclusion Principle and Frostlake), City Hall Ballroom (Basement) and Frog and Parrot (cant remember). Would have gone to grime event at 02 with my sons but my blagged pass didn’t prove worthy, so bouncers said no! […]

July 22nd, 2016 by Peter Bargh

Tramlines 2016

Spent the afternoon on a pub crawl around Sheffield with Jane and Sue and then in the evening saw a couple of gigs as part of the Tramlines festival Explorers at the Forum and Formation at Bungalows & Bears

July 9th, 2016 by Peter Bargh

Belgodere

A morning looking around Belgodere in Corsica  

July 8th, 2016 by Peter Bargh

Corte

inland Corsica to the town of Corte for today’s excursion  

July 7th, 2016 by Peter Bargh

Saint Florent

Day out in Saint Florent on the north of Corsica  

July 5th, 2016 by Peter Bargh

San Parteo walk

I walked from the villa in Speloncato up the hill following the stream through quite over grown woodland path up to the D63 and then due to closed sections of the walk kept on the road until I reached the main walkers path at Bocca di Bataglia and began the walk to San Parteo taking […]

July 4th, 2016 by Peter Bargh

Calvi

Day out in Calvi on the north east coast of Corsica…on the way over we stopped at the mountain village of Sant Antonino  

July 3rd, 2016 by Peter Bargh

Corsica

A week in North Corsica with friends Nigel and Jean. Flight on Flybe from Birmingham to Bastia Stayed in Maison les Calanches, a superb property on the edge of Speloncato which was apparently previously owned by author Ian Rankin.  (very bottom left house of village – in centre of photo above) This overlooked the valley […]