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Karen Warren (WorldWideWriter)
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New excavations to explore at Rome's Circus Maximus, the largest sports stadium the world has ever seen.

Last time I was in Rome the Circus Maximus was just a vast grassy area. A pleasant place for a walk, or a picnic perhaps, but nothing more. But now excavations at one end of the site have uncovered some of the original brickwork – seating, shops and more.…
Recent excavations at Rome's Circus Maximus give visitors an idea of what it would have been like to watch sports at the world's biggest ever stadium.
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A sensory feast of colours, steam and strange rock formations... #NewZealand 
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UK readers - win a trip to Copenhagen! (Open until 31 December) #Denmark
Discover the Danish way of happiness,,, and win a trip to Copenhagen.
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My experience with BonAppetour... and how you can get a discount on your first meal
Our BonAppetour meal in Stockholm was a way of enjoying homecooked Indian food and learning a little more about local culture.
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An open air sculpture park with gardens on many levels and wide open views... #Stockholm
Enjoy the views and the artworks at Stockholm's open air sculpture park, the Millesgården.
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If you like walking and food, then these books are for you!
Sunflower Walk and Eat Stockholm is a special kind of guidebook, combining walking routes with restaurant suggestions, recipes and information about food.
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Stories from my year in travel... #travel #2016
Some of the highlights from my year in travel, 2016.
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Christmas is coming up, so here's a selection of reading for anyone who's planning a trip to New Zealand #books #NewZealand
A selection of books to read before you visit New Zealand.
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Trains, a lush mountainside, and eccentric pottery... what more could you ask for? #NewZealandtravel 
The Driving Creek Railway, on New Zealand's Coromandel Peninsula, is a wonderfully eccentric combination of landscape and pottery.
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The last in my series on English turf mazes #Englandtravel #labyrinth
Troy Town, the Somerton turf maze, is an ancient labyrinth standing in a private garden in Oxfordshire.
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Wildlife, untamed nature and a midsummer meal - all on the edge of the city.

Spotting wildlife isn’t always high on the agenda when you’re visiting a capital city. You might expect museums, restaurants and art. There may be elegant parks, but it is rare to find untamed nature. However Stockholm is different, as I discovered when I…
Go on a Stockholm Night Safari to discover untamed nature and wildlife close to the city - and to enjoy a midsummer meal.
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Local produce and live cooking - enjoying the food of Swedish Lapland #foodanddrink   #Sweden  
The food of Swedish Lapland is a feast for all the senses, combining innovative cuisine with the best of Scandinavian design.
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Writing, training, tax
  • WorldWideWriter
    Writer, 2012 - present
    Travel blogger, travel writer, internet content writer
  • HMRC
    1987 - 2012
  • University of Hull
    1982 - 1987
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East Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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I recently left the day job to become a freelance writer. I write travel articles and anything else that takes my fancy. I am also working on my first novel.
UK based writer of fiction and travel articles.
Bragging rights
One husband and two children.
  • University of Humberside
    1994 - 1997
    Masters in Business Administration
  • CCAT
    1975 - 1979
    BA (Hons) English Literature
  • Shaftesbury High School
    1971 - 1974
  • Rochester Grammar School
    1967 - 1971
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Other names
Humphrey (until 1982); Townsend (until 1996)
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