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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.

Currently in England 

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  • Robin Hood's Bay & Sarborough

2 Pearls of Yorkshire: Robin Hood’s Bay & Scarborough

August 18th, 2016|0 Comments

We continue our exploration of Yorkshire coast pearls, so this time we visited two charming towns –Robin Hood’s Bay and Scarborough, which are both worth of traveller’s attention. That’s definitely one of the advantages of living where we live :) […]

  • Soomaa national park, Estonia

Soomaa: Unbelievable Scenery of Estonia

August 11th, 2016|0 Comments

There is a place in Estonia that is simply breathtaking. And completely unusual for Estonian landscape. It’s called Soomaa national park which means “land of bogs”. Its peculiarity stands in its name, as the territory of the park includes lots of unique bogs that look striking. But it’s not all. Meadows, forests, wildlife and curious fauna – well, we felt obliged to spend there a weekend. […]

  • Newcastle England

Bridges of Newcastle

August 6th, 2016|0 Comments

Newcastle-upon-Tyne can’t show off with a particular tourist flow. Still, it has the reputation of the most festive city of England, being known for completely crazy parties on Friday and Saturday night. However, Newcastle is not all about drunk parties and its famous Geordie accent (that we absolutely failed to trace). It strikes first of all with its unique bridge collection, connecting Newcastle to Gateshead – its twin city on another side of Tyne. […]

  • week-end in York

8 Things to Love about York

July 19th, 2016|0 Comments

York is a fairy-tale town. It’s exactly one of those places that you start liking as soon as your train stops near the platform, and we love the fact that we live close enough to go there regularly. Why York is so charming? Here are all the reasons you have to see, to hear and to try. […]

  • Cycling in Estonian islands, Saaremaa

Estonian islands – best place for cycling ever

June 12th, 2016|0 Comments

Estonian islands on the west of the country are considered as one of the most beautiful spots and absolutely a must-see spot in Estonia. But what is even better about them is their interest for cyclists-beginners. Baltics countries are known to be absolutely flat, but islands Saaremaa and Hiiumaa to addition to this are completely empty. Good asphalt roads exclusively for yourself – what can be better? […]

  • Saltburn-by-the-Sea

Six months in England

June 1st, 2016|0 Comments

Simply impossible to believe, that it’s been no less than 6 months since we moved to England. It feels as if it happened yesterday, or actually centuries ago. We were so immerged in discovering our new life that we completely failed to keep a regular record of everything happening around, so time to make a short overview of the months passed. […]

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