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The Sun­day Tele­graph

Ac­tiv­ity hol­i­days in Bri­tain

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Walk­ing the coast of the Isle of Wight this spring was both chal­leng­ing and ex­hil­a­rat­ing and left us with me­mories of beau­ti­ful coast­line, small vil­lages and tow­er­ing cliffs. It took five days to com­plete with an av­er­age of 15 miles per day, but the sights and fun we had out­weighed any aches and pains.

The colour­ful beach huts, jagged coast lines and the fa­mous colour­ful sands of Alum Bay did not dis­ap­point as we headed around the is­land.

We saw lla­mas, bad­gers, dif­fer­ent coloured but­ter­flies and even an adder slith­ered away in front of us. Pur­ple-car­peted cliffs greeted us as well as sandy and peb­bly beaches spot­ted with sea­weed and cir­cled with sea birds. We laughed, sang and danced our way around this mag­i­cal is­land. EMMA FURNISS WINS A £500 TRAVEL VOUCHER WITH KUDU TRAVEL If you love tak­ing photographs of your travel des­ti­na­tions and trips, and shar­ing them with friends and fam­ily on so­cial me­dia sites – then share them with us, too, and you could not only win the chance to see your picture in the pages of

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