October 2015, 217 miles inside the Arctic Circle. Continue reading “Tromsø, Norway”
Gdańsk is a stunning city with a fascinating history which shaped Poland and much of Eastern Europe leading up to the fall of Communism and the USSR. Continue reading “Gdańsk, Poland”
I chose to go to Kaunas instead of Vilnius. I made a bad decision. Continue reading “Kaunas, Lithuania”
I’ll come straight out with it: I didn’t like Reykjavik all that much on my first visit.I know lots of people visit there each year and I’m sure most have a great time, people rave about it, but I was entirely underwhelmed.
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I had Washington DC all to myself for an evening. Continue reading “Washington DC, USA”
Kangerlussuaq is a town of 500 people in western Greenland and is an odd yet fascinating place. For a start, it only exists because of World War II. Let me go back a little…
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Pärnu, around two hours south of Tallinn, is known as Estonia’s ‘summer capital’ and it’s easy to see why. On the southern side of Pärnu rannapark is a stunning, mile long beach overlooking the bay.
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