Last year I devoted the big part of my writing to my childhood memories of the 90s Russia. So what about the country today? Russia is very unstable in political, economic, and social aspects. Everybody knows that, and I don't see any point rediscovering the common sense all over again. Instead, I will take you… Continue reading Moscow by a Semi-foreigner
Ladies and gentlemen, we have achieved the beautiful number of 2020. Let it be a great year for each of us! Do you make New Year promises?
And here comes the second and final part of the archipelago trip pictures. First of all, considering rainy week before, it was luck to have the sun and light clouds during the trip. Another pleasant thing is staying over night in a cottage in a rather isolated area. However, it caused me some troubles as… Continue reading Archipelago, Finland. Part 2.
If you ask me what is my favourite place in Finland, I will reply Lapland and Turku Archipelago. This post is about the Archipelago next to Turku. For all those, who love water surroundings, it is a perfect place to spend a weekend and rest from the city noise. In some places, the Internet connection… Continue reading Turku Archipelago, Finland
Thank you everyone for the support regarding the previous post. I will be happy to tell you more about 90s Russia. I'll start that series in September, and before that I am accomplishing what I have already promised - my trips. This post is about a small cosy town - Rauma, which is located in… Continue reading Rauma, Finland
I still have many pictures to share, but it is time to finalise the Venice series as there many more places and stories to share. It was a lovely trip with a lot of sightseeing and interesting experience. Thank you Venice! And here are some more pictures: And I decided to add this image as… Continue reading Final Post on Venice
Here are some more pictures of Venice, and I decided to include a couple of pictures of me in case you forgot how I look like 😉
I think I have told you everything what I had on my mind about Venice, but I still have some pictures to share.
Despite the fact that everything about Venice is told, seen, and shot, every city visitor has his or her own story to tell, something that no else experienced before.
During the day I was wandering through the streets of Venice, broad and narrow, crowded and very crowded. I visited a couple of local attractions, had my pizza, and it was time to go back to the hotel. When I left the restaurant, I saw a completely different side of Venice. It was not any… Continue reading Sunset in Venice