Powfoot Golf Hotel

Address: Powfoot, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, DG12 5PN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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      The Basics Of Judo

      A travel blog entry by comfortablecroo on Jan 03, 14

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      The martial art Judo, which means "gentle way" teaches you the applications that you need for self defense as well as competition. Judo is unlike other martial arts, in the sense that it combines the best of grappling with awesome throws that require little to no strength - but more of the way you position your body. This is an excellent martial art - that anyone can enjoy.


      A Look At Kung Fu

      A travel blog entry by comfortablecroo on Sep 28, 13

      ... just like the dreaded tiger. This style teaches the student power in his hands, so that when he strikes, he tears the flesh. Tiger Claw is very deadly, although it is very hard to find instructors that teach this style now days.

      Unlike other martial arts, there really are no competitions for Kung Fu. Stylists can compete it other competitions, although there really aren't any that are for only Kung Fu. It is an ancient martial art, that is to be used only ...

      Lets walk a little harder

      A travel blog entry by leisa-stephen-b on Aug 19, 2013

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      We really felt as if we were walking in Scotland today. We did the medium walk. From Callert we ascended steeply (two and a half hours) on to the main ridge of Mam na Gualainn and followed the ridge to the summit. It was breathtakingly beautiful but I also found it challenging. Hills are not my friends-pity when we are in the Scottish Highlands. When we reached the summit we were ...

      Day 34

      A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Oct 20, 2012

      Very busy little sightseeing day today. Josh and Mag played sightseeing guides as they drove me all over Wiltshire (pronounced Wiltshiiiirrrre) The local accent is all "Combine arrrvetester" First we headed out to the Westbury White Horse. As is usual anywhere around here it's all narrow roads, tall hedges and village after village. Of course each village seems to have a pub and a store. Marcus Peirs-White has a restaurant a couple of Kms away and Camilla has an ...

      Does it ever stop raining here?

      A travel blog entry by melissabelle on Apr 19, 2012

      ... I have ever walked so much in my life as i have in the last three days! I was going to go to stonehenge today but went to the bus station and booked a day trip tomorrow for it, will go to see stonehenge, windsor castle and oxford. It was a bit expensive to book it so i decided to only do free or cheap things today. Everything is crazy expensive here except for food (and booze apparently). So i went to the National gallery for a while which was free. I saw some ...