Boat - 6/7 hours in Tallinn - back on boat
Who knew a weekend cruise could be so much fun?
I hope to do more of these in future.
A week in Northern Norway, midnight sun, fishing, hiking and exploring the surrounding villages.
This shoots straight into my top 10 adventures ever. A bit mellow and slow due to some gloomy days but really perfect for the rural environment and never setting sun.
4 days in Vienna spent walking around, I believe we covered close to 80km on foot.
Lots of drinking, lots of eating and most importantly, lots of photography happening.
All in all 10/10 for this amazing city
SOo.. I went to this festival last Sunday.. Something to do with Spring or whatever, I don't really pay attention at these things but I did have fun.
Aside from mistakenly calling it Port Alfred all the time, there’s not much else I can tell you about this place. It’s a random town in the middle of scenic nowhere. The only reason we stayed here was because I booked a place that was “half way between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth on our drive back from PE (really that's how I found it, I googeld the half way point and I was pointed here).
On a side note, it really is a wonderful place and I wish I could’ve stayed for more than just one night. There were a few interesting shops on the main strip and Hanna managed to find the cutest red angora wool fishermans beanie.
1 tent, us 2, 4 countries, 16 passport stamps, 20 days, 5627km and a lifetime of memories.
I faired way better than I ever thought I would on this trip, the things that I thought would be challenges like waking up early daily, setting up and taking down my tent everyday just ended up being an enjoyable way of life.
All I will say about this trip is that it should be high up on your bucket list
The pictures speak for themselves.
I travel, I eat & take pics.. sometimes I even work