Blog Entries tagged 'Europe'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'Europe'
- Our Day With AthenaWe were standing at the seaport in Santorini, waiting for our ferry to Athens. Sad of our departure we were embracing our last moments in paradise. We breathed in the sea breeze as if it were our last breath, letting Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Jun 20, 2012
- The Crimson Wash of ParadiseI love days like this. Soaring high above the world. Dancing the dance of the wind. She and I, wings outstretched, twirl and loop around each other, in an invisible embrace. Her warm air gently lifts me, propelling me closer Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Jun 19, 2012
- Old, New, Borrowed and Blue. If there is a Hell, I call it Turkeys overnight buses. We arrived off ours in Pamukkale at 6am, after getting zero sleep. We had heard various things about the natural wonder of this place, everything from enthusiastic endorsements to Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Jun 18, 2012
- Cappadocia Rocks!One of the amazing things about our travels on this trip is the variety of landscapes we have been through. From the modernised cities like London, the rolling hills of Scotland, the Imperialistic romanticism of Paris and Vienna, the canals Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Jun 12, 2012
- A Spice For All Senses - IstanbulI guess every traveller is searching for something. Inspiration, enlightenment, knowledge, self discovery, there could be any number of things. I myself don’t know exactly what I am looking for, probably a mixture of all those things, but in any Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Jun 11, 2012
- Lots of Trips in the PlansSo now I have 3 big trips in various stages of planning and 3 small trips. Trying to keep everything straight is becoming a challenge.
In July we have a camping trip to Grover Hot Springs near Lake Tahoe, then a Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 7, 2012
- Business Summer School in the Netherlands Kicks Off!
For the second year in a row a group of first-year students from the NSCC School of Business is participating in summer school p Posted by NSCC Intl in NSCC International | May 26, 2012
- May 2012 - Departure Minus 6...Daydream Believer"The dream is always bigger than the reality. That's what keeps us going - trying to match the dream." Andrew James Gibson.
In six months' time, the dream gets real. We'll be on a plane for Paris.
Back in Posted by mark.kalie.kobi in A Very Gladwin Adventure | May 28, 2012
- Pre-trip BabbleTravel blog.. umm.. okay.. right.. bloody writer’s block, well screw you.. here we go!
I don’t really do this for a living and it’s actually my first brush with “writing” in a long long time – emails at work notwithstanding. So Posted by monisriz in Euro Trippin' 2012 | May 26, 2012
- Beautiful PragueBreakfast was awesome. Surely I'm starting with the best hostel in Europe? It's going to be a hard act to follow. After breakfast, I caught the tram into town but got on the wrong one and ended up getting dropped Posted by Gotmybindle in Got My Bindle | May 20, 2012
- A Piece Of Coal In The Wilderness - MoscowSo, for our whole trip up until Russia, we had either planned ourselves or made up on the fly all the details ie accommodation and transport. But in Russia, that soviet power trip very much remains, and their need to Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | May 20, 2012
- Getting there!Accommodation: Sir Toby's Hostel - highly recommended!
I cannot believe I am starting with a hangover. I shouldn't be surprised, it's so typical of me. But let me start at the beginning.
My flight to Sydney was the best I've ever Posted by Gotmybindle in Got My Bindle | May 19, 2012
- A Rose In The Wilderness - St PetersburgThe Venice of the North, the European Russia, St Petersburg seems to get many labels. To us it would be our favourite place on our Russian leg of the tour, and one of the beautiful cities we have seen in Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | May 19, 2012
- Vienna, Buda, & Pest[img= Posted by mands186 in Mind The Gap | May 15, 2012
- A travel dream. Have you ever had a goal that you dreamed for achieving from a young age? For me, from 14 years old I have being passionate about French and have forever dreamed of living in Paris, and learning the way of Posted by Bellatravels in Achieving a dream. | May 13, 2012
- From Polands Dark Past To Its Bright FutureOk, after a bit of a downer of a blog entry last time, now I get to chat about something fun. Through our travels, when sitting around camp fires or having a few beers, we are often ask where our Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | May 9, 2012
Yep, if you're any sort of human being, this word has some pretty serious meaning. The feelings and images that just ran through your head are probably the same that runs through mine. The word alone brings images of Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | May 7, 2012
- Preparing for Living AbroadWe have thought for some time that we’d like to live in other places for a time. We’d originally thought we’d live away for a year at a time but now have reconsidered that. We think that our grandkids wouldn’t Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Apr 24, 2012
- A Taste Of BudapestThree nights isn't enough in Budapest. I know that now. In fact I think I knew it as soon as I stepped off the train. The place was filthy. The main station looked rusted as if it would collapse at Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Apr 20, 2012
- Winter trainingI am not a hot weather person. These past ten months of traipsing around Southeast Asia have wrung litres of sweat out of me. My T-shirts are now faded through overwashing, my hiking boots in need of regular Posted by mohn in Post-Jabe travel | Apr 19, 2012
- A Symphony for Vienna in D Major – Second Movement A Symphony for Vienna in D Major – Second Movement
Composition by Claytonius Von Idathoven
Accompaniment by Melis Mi Amore
She seems sad today. Her tears of snow glide weightlessly through the sky and the winds icy lips place gentle kisses Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Apr 18, 2012
- A Symphony for Vienna in D Major - First MovementA Symphony for Vienna in D Major - First Movement
Composition by Claytonius Von Idathoven
Accompaniment by Melis Mi Amore
Trumpets announce the arrival of guests as they take their first steps within Vienna.
A slow swell of Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Apr 15, 2012
- More Baroque Than BohemianAh, Prague. One of those picturesque cities of legend. One of those towns I had always dreamt of going and one everyone who's been always loves. A fairytale city. Although I don’t think there is enough fairydust in the world Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Apr 7, 2012
- Some Walls Linger Long After The Rubble Has ClearedAs I write this, we are on a train out of Germany. And thankful for it.
I don’t really know what I expected of the country prior to coming, but we are leaving unimpressed. I do still see the country as Posted by Clayton30 in Heiho | Apr 7, 2012
- Adventure is just bad planningNorway might only have a population of about 5 million people, but it is a long and thin country. My flight from Oslo to Tromso covers a distance of well over 1,000km and the landscape becomes increasingly bleak and Posted by mohn in Post-Jabe travel | Apr 3, 2012