The beauty of no internet

One of the enjoyable aspects of heading off a cycling tour or mountain-hiking (in Australian lingo, it’s ‘bush-walking), is the absence of any internet or even phone contact. Increasingly, the pleasure applies at home. The internet has been off since Saturday – until now. I have not been troubled by email, the desire to blog, what passes for news, or even the temptation to waste time on other useless web-based pursuits.


3 thoughts on “The beauty of no internet

  1. I think it would be good if everywhere had at least one day a week without Internet access, though I am unsure how anyone under 40 would cope with that.
    Regards from Norfolk. Pete.

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