We’ve heard parts 1 and 2 of Andrew Negus’ talks – now it’s time for part 3 of his adventures and experiences while travelling around the world in 1991. Andrew is a retired history teacher and an around-the-world backpacker, a Blue Badge guide for central Southern England and aspires to be a local Historian.
Valerie Archibald was introduced to the pleasure of hill walking by her father. She studied French and Spanish at university, and then qualified as a chartered accountant. Latterly she specialised in explaining central government finance, and has taught Theresa May. She enjoys the challenge of multi-day linear routes and has walked 8 of the British … Continue reading 1200 mile stroll to Santiago→