We set off on a short trip to the north of British Islands. A region of Highlands, Scotland. This is the place with lots of Lochs and Glens. A morning traine called Caledonian Sleeper departs from Glasgow at 5:48. It’s dark outside and all the passengers are asleep. Read more!
In July 2017 our family consisting of 3 people: mother, father and a 10-year old son, set off on a hike upon the ancient pilgrimage way of St James in Spain. We chose the Northern Way, Camino del Norte, which lays on the coast of the Bay of Biscay, for its picturesque views and less heat, very usual for midsummer in central parts of Spain. Read more!
Well, who yet didn’t know that we are no homebodies? I’m afraid that our family inherited some ancient gene of the exploring migrant. And if we’re not getting used to a new country or new home, then at least we’re traveling that same country. Read more!
The answer to this question doesn’t seem very difficult. But nevertheless, before the trip we also looked for information about what to take along and about stuff you can easily get by without. Read more!
Months of preparing and planning are already behind. Lots have been read and watched. Plans of moving around in India are drawn. Heavy backpacks are meticulously packed. Uneasy feeling of anticipation for the moment of encounter with absolutely different culture, tradition, customs and people accommodated the soul. Read more!
I can’t say that the only suitable season for me is summer. “Nature doesn’t have bad weather”, as it’s often said in Russian. Naturally, after winter’s sleep, greyness and slushy streets, cold winds and monochrome landscapes, which are generously gifted to us by winter, everything seeks light and warmth, and always impatiently awaits first clear sunny days. Read more!