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 Glenfinnan viaduct and Monument, Scottish Highlands, Harry Potter locations

During our little Scottish getaway to Arisaig,  we managed to squeeze in a fair bit of little trips considering we only had two full days there. On our first day we finally visited Glenfinnan viaduct (I say finally, because I’ve traveled over it in March 2015 but we didn’t stop to admire it for longer).Continue reading “Visiting the Glenfinnan viaduct and Monument, Scottish Highlands, Harry Potter locations”

24 hours in Brussels 

Currently sitting on a very comfortable Eurostar train on our way to spend just over 24 hours in Brussels. We set alarm for 5am and only 13min later we were jumping on a bus which took us straight to St Pancras station. Every time I travel by Eurostar it amazes me how easy and comfortableContinue reading “24 hours in Brussels “