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Author Topic: Travel ,how far is to far  (Read 2220 times)

I used to go to Amsterdam to punt coz i was oblivious to the punting scene here. Now, i have no reason to leave london. I usually search 10-15 miles but the shorter distance the better for me. I like punting in areas i know rather then searching places i don't.


I'm amazed how far some of you guys will travel to get your end away. Maybe I'm just lazy, but working in central London and punting there, I don't like to go more than a few miles, or outside of zone 1, maybe 2.

I think the other point is that if the post-punt trip back to base is a long one, I know I'd start to feel the time was wasted somehow. And on a 30-60 minute punt, I don't want the whole process to have taken half a day.

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I'm amazed how far some of you guys will travel to get your end away. Maybe I'm just lazy, but working in central London and punting there, I don't like to go more than a few miles, or outside of zone 1, maybe 2.

I think the other point is that if the post-punt trip back to base is a long one, I know I'd start to feel the time was wasted somehow. And on a 30-60 minute punt, I don't want the whole process to have taken half a day.

I agree and i take my hat off to punters that travel long distances.

I have met punters at parties who said they had come from Scotland to London just for the party, another from Ireland, another from Iceland and even one from Texas, he was flying out home the next day so just staying over in a hotel for one night. ;)

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Nowadays if it's more than walking distance I probably won't bother.

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So far the furthest I've travelled has been about 3.5 hours each way on the train (same day too :wackogirl:), but being honest most of my punts this year have all involved travel of at least a couple of hours each way. I must admit that over the past year or so I've used this hobby as much as an excuse to get out and see other areas of the courty, but that's been second fiddle to trying new things and trying to find a decent experience outside of my region.  Where I am isn't great and after finding most of my local punts to be sub-par, poor, unsitisfying and/or regrettable I just gave up on the locals and started looking further afield out of neccessity.

On the plus side it adds a bit more excitement and I've gotten to try new things that I never would have had I sayed local, but on the other hand it makes the average punt a lot more expensive and raises the stakes should the booking prove a dud..



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