Chelsea Physic Garden – London’s oldest botanical garden

My series of small blog post about my favourite hidden places in London. This year we are really trying to walk more and one of the ways we are getting more steps in is by strolling from one side of London to the other…A few Sundays back we walked from Tufnell Park all way downContinue reading “Chelsea Physic Garden – London’s oldest botanical garden”

24 hours in Reykjavik – city guide

Our final day in Iceland we decided to spend in Reykjavik. When we left our camper van behind (it got picked up at 6pm on the 27th of June) which actually was surprisingly emotional…we had spent last 8 days in it by this point, we had an evening and a full day ahead of usContinue reading “24 hours in Reykjavik – city guide”

A walk in Riga Old Town – Europe’s hidden gem

Some of you might know that I grew up in Latvia, a little North European Country on the coast of the Baltic sea. I love where I am from! I have lived in UK for the last 11 years now but it is always amazing to be going back. I had a very quick tripContinue reading “A walk in Riga Old Town – Europe’s hidden gem”

Climbing Ben A’an in Scotland on a snowy day

The very first post this year I would like to dedicate to yet another Scottish gem – Ben A’an. Every time we go to Scotland, we try to go for a nice walk or climb something, this time we decided to venture outside on the Boxing day to climb Ben A’an. I actually found the hikeContinue reading “Climbing Ben A’an in Scotland on a snowy day”

Visiting the Geffrye Museum in London and Christmas Past – Connecting the London Dots

One of my absolute favourite museums in London is a bit of a hidden gem, it is the Geffrye Museum. Museum dedicated to living rooms of London through the last four centuries. Walking around it, you get a feeling that you are peeking through a peephole. I have been there before a few hours back,Continue reading “Visiting the Geffrye Museum in London and Christmas Past – Connecting the London Dots”

Exploring Loch Morar, Scottish Highlands

Loch Morar In the beginning of November we had a mini getaway to Scottish highlands, during this trip we did a little walk near Loch Morar. The scenery was insane and I’ve ended up taking tons of photos (nothing new here) so I thought this place deserves a little blog post of it’s own. The lochContinue reading “Exploring Loch Morar, Scottish Highlands”