Baltic Sea, Liepupe, Latvia
One more, one more! It is more than enough. Oh, come on one more! Greedy. Look I did… it! Aww! Told you. Back to rock one!
Being off-balance sucks. Scattered all over the place. How do you make all the pieces fit together
Sietiņiezis Rock, Latvia
Wake me up when September ends! Time moves. Didn’t even notice where the last two weeks went. Fork.. erm.. forks and things on Steem. Hard to keep up, even when one tries. My excitement about Steemfest is growing day by day.
One simply does not pass the opportunity to visit a place such as the Giant’s Causeway. These rocks have been on my bucket list for a good while. The timing could not have been more perfect and such also was the weather. Well, of course except the
Two more weeks in Northern Ireland before heading back home. There is a lot to see here. No wonder so many films and TV series are filmed here as you can find quite a few stunning nature sites and countless well preserved castles and fortresses. One
This is part III, the final part of my hiking adventure. Here is the part I and part II
We are dreamers. We love imagining someday we will go and explore places. Some days never come. We were too busy. We did not have a group of friends
This is part II of my hiking adventure. Here is the part I
Weather in the mountains can be very unpredictable. As I approached my destination, all of a sudden a fog took over. What is happening? Out of the blue visibility was only a couple of meter
Disclaimer: this is going to be a long one
For my vacation I planned hiking Slieve Donard, Northern Ireland’s highest peak at 850 meters. Weather forecast at my hiking day seemed slightly better and less windy. Few showers that were promised did n
To continue with my I need to fucking unplug theme, we are visiting Murlough Nature Reserve, Ireland’s first nature reserve. When I think of nature reserves, my idea of them is almost no humans in close proximity and untouched, preserved nature. Whe