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Hello and welcome to another travel blog where another happy travelling couple tells amazing travel stories and shares vital travel tips. Whew, the most essential part is over, let’s pass to the details. Independent People is a blog where we share our impressions and experience with other travelers (both real and virtual) and ourselves. Otherwise, one day we’ll start forgetting all that we’ve lived and seen and that will be pretty much sad. For us it is a sort of travelling-expat notes and photo album fusion, since we have no space anymore for real albums :). Now couple of words about our ultimate blogging philosophy, if you don’t mind.

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  • Durham Panorama

Durham: North England Gem

May 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Former capital of North-East England, Durham is a small, but historically rich town, whose university can rival with Oxford and Cambridge. Apart from this, it’s a charming place for a day-trip. Let’s see what Durham can offer to its visitors. […]

  • Oslo centre

How to spend a weekend in Oslo for 80€.

May 15th, 2016|0 Comments

Norway has a reputation of one of the most expensive countries in the world. Sadly, but it is true. In the sake of experiment, we had set an objective – to spend as less as possible during two days in Oslo, and it was a bit of fun. Wonder how to have a great weekend in Oslo with an extremely tight budget? We’ll tell you that! […]

  • Estonia: Tallinn Old Town Panorama

10 reasons to love Tallinn

May 8th, 2016|0 Comments

I think that within two years we’ve been to Tallinn around 15 times. And not a single time did we have a thought like “oh nooo, Tallinn again”, even if it was 209 km from Narva, the town we lived in. Because Tallinn is a real pearl, which is too charming to be bored of. What do we love it for? Very simple! […]

  • Photo Walk in Tiny Kyiv: Tilt Shift Capital

Mini Kyiv: Photo Walk

May 4th, 2016|0 Comments

Tilt Shift effect is the best way to make any place at all look cute and “aaaaawwww”. We were so curious about how it feels to get what you see in “miniature”, that we hired a tilt-shift lens and went to a photo-hunt in Kyiv. By the way, this effect can be easily made with Photoshop or similar software, but it’s much less interesting. :) Not sure, that the result was successful, it’s up to you to tell us! […]

  • Grand National: Ladies Day

Reportage from Grand National: Ladies Day

May 1st, 2016|0 Comments

There are things that are better to be seen once than told ten times. Grand National is definitely one of those. Grand National is an annual Horse Race that takes place since 1839 and considered as one of the most important horse racing events in the world. We went to the Liverpool area, more precisely to Aintree, to participate in this massive action accompanied by our friend, Keith Mercer, ex-jockey who used to ride here himself and even finished fifth several years ago. He was our official guide through the whole day. […]

  • InterRail Train Itinerary

Train Trip: 10 days, 5 countries.

April 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Train travelling remains the most authentic, scenic and romantic way of exploring the world. Personally, I can’t help thinking of Jules Verne’s “Around the World in 80 Days”. Even if nowadays the cost of travelling by train is quite disappointing, there is still a budget way to have a great train trip. […]

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