Audley End House and Gardens – English Heritage Site

I remember being a teenager and my dad (whom I get my love for history from) dragging us around all sorts of castles and ruins around Latvia. Pretty sure there are still photos of me looking incredibly grumpy. So it is pretty ironic that in April we have signed up for membership with English Heritage…… Continue reading Audley End House and Gardens – English Heritage Site

Vegetarian Barcelona – a food guide

I probably should start with saying that I have been a vegetarian for almost 15 years now, so pretty dedicated to the cause. But I am not fussy at all, so when it comes to eating I am happy with whatever veggie option there is, that’s why when I first visited Barcelona 8 years ago…… Continue reading Vegetarian Barcelona – a food guide

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 us…… Continue reading 24 hours in Reykjavik – city guide

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 hike…… Continue reading Climbing Ben A’an in Scotland on a snowy day

Exploring Loch Morar, Scottish Highlands

Loch Morar In the beginning of November we had a mini getaway to Scottish highlands, during this trip we did a little walk near Loch Morar. The scenery was insane and I’ve ended up taking tons of photos (nothing new here) so I thought this place deserves a little blog post of it’s own. The loch…… Continue reading Exploring Loch Morar, Scottish Highlands