Couchsurfing in Stockholm

I’ve now experienced Stockholm twice. Once without Couchsurfing which was fairly lame. I remember Stockholm being pretty drab, cold and boring. I basically walked the old town, visited a cafe, ate a cinnamon bun, collected some souvenirs and went back to Tallinn. More recently I re-visited Stockholm with Couchsurfing (CS) which made my trip soContinue reading “Couchsurfing in Stockholm”

How Much Money I Spent in Estonia

Want to know how much money you need to live in Estonia? Short answer: you need 20,000€ – 25,000€ p.a. Well, kind of. It depends. “How long is a piece of string?“. How much money (“raha”) you need depends on your lifestyle, where you live and whether or not you have a serious caffeine addictionContinue reading “How Much Money I Spent in Estonia”

Solo trip to Prague.

Your solo trip to Prague, #Czechia could be boring or even scary if you’re not prepared. Want to avoid scams and enjoy Prague? Read on to experience “Paris of the East” in a unique way. You’ll learn a lot about Czechia from this post. I promise! But first a little background story. Why Prague? InContinue reading “Solo trip to Prague.”

Cyprus: Europe or the Middle East?

1 October 2019. Today #Cyprus celebrates its independence. The other week, a wedding invitation saw me flying to Paphos. I’d never planned to visit Cyprus and so I’d not given it much thought. As I read about Cyprus I soon realised I was in for an interesting trip. I wondered if Cyprus is part ofContinue reading “Cyprus: Europe or the Middle East?”

Visit Narva, Estonia’s Russian City

For foreigners Russia and Soviet history is intriguing but visas for Russia can be complicated. Part of Narva’s allure is its Soviet nostalgia and everything Russian. This small town in #Estonia is easiest the way to see Russia – without actually visiting it. Sparta Hostel As with most of my trips, I always try aheadContinue reading “Visit Narva, Estonia’s Russian City”

30 Travel Apps You Need in 2019

Everyday you play with The Internet Of things. It’s just normal now. What used to take you hours is now done in seconds. Your world is connection, online and it’s brilliant. Travel too has “come a long way” in technology since the days of paper airline tickets. Mobile apps are your best way to interactContinue reading “30 Travel Apps You Need in 2019”

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