Location: 📍 Ventspils, Latvia
Type of Attraction: ⚓️ Boat Cruise
Why are we interested in boat trips? Is it the feeling of being on the water or the genuine interest in the area? Something different perhaps to the norm of a "tourist attraction"?
When I boarded the Hercogs Jekabs in V
Every time the weather is nice, we think of somewhere to go. So basically it is simple finger-pointing on the maps, and there it goes. This time we decided to go to the Iron Bridge. I think it was because the bridge looked so good in the pictures. You kind of want to see things like this for your
I am taking you on yet another Photography meetup, and this time we are exploring Stratford-upon-Avon. Stratford-upon-Avon is a small town famous for being a birthplace of William Shakespeare. And it did preserve its medieval appeal quite well! Nowadays, it is a popular tourists destination. And
I have already shown you the Seaside Open-Air Museum, the Narrow Gauge Railway and the Adventure Park in Ventspils, Latvia. Time has come to take you around Seaside Park.
I love this place! I saw the transformation from an ordinary forest into this beautiful getaway spot. It combines a playground
One of the weekends I joined the photography meetup in Chinese Quartal in the centre of Birmingham. The only other times I would pop into this part of the city is to visit a Chinese supermarket or go to the Hippodrome.
I have not been to the any other China Town and cannot compare, but I am sure
Last week we had beautiful sunny weather, and we have decided to open the hiking season by visiting the Cader Idris. It is a nine peak mountain in the south of Snowdonia National Park, Wales. The legend tells us of a kind giant called Idris who has been guarding the area.
The morning we began our
It was the sixth of January, and we hit the Sutton Coldfield park with the photography group. The weather was dry and sunny at times. It was great!
If you think "bo-ring", when you hear "park", then let me stop you right there! Sutton Coldfield park is considered one of the biggest in Europe in
🍺 🍻 🍺
Let me describe Burton upon Trent in two words - Brewery Kingdom! But that's not all, because never before have I seen so many cans and beer bottles on the streets either. Thus not only does this town produces beer, but it also consumes it leaving the empty bottles behind which is a bi
! steemitworldmap 52.475374 lat -1.883702 long Custard Factory d3scr
Sure Birmingham is an industrial city, lacks quirkiness and individuality and as a tourist you might wonder if there is more to it than shopping in the city centre and the canals. The answer to this question is - yeeeeeeeeees!
Let’s go back to the SPURN, but this time I would like to show you around the lighthouse, the structure we were so eager to reach. It locates at the end of the peninsula and even though it requires a long walk still worth the effort.
When we have initially decided to walk to the end of the SPURN,
Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham is one of the unique places in the city. Not exactly in the heart of the busy centre but close enough to reach on foot or get by tram.
As the name suggests, it is the historical jewellery gem of the city. People come here to find that perfect ring for a special o
There is nothing better than visiting new places on Christmas day!
When Christmas Day had come, I wanted to go somewhere far. After checking the maps, the decision was made towards the Worcester even though it is only 40 min away. It had lovely parks, nice city center and of course the beauti