Ukraine lives through difficult time these days. Or rather – these last years. However, we are still keeping our heads up hoping, hoping and hoping again. Hoping for changes, hoping for understanding and support from
In the southeastern part of Estonia, there is a country inside the country. We are talking about Setomaa – a place, where lives an ethnic minority which is admired for its determination to keep the traditions and language that pass from generation to generation.
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.
No one will deny that people are the heart of the country, and meeting the locals is one of the most important parts of any journey. After all, people are so tightly connected with their natural environment, so only meeting them allows to get to know genuine Iceland and to understand what it actually means to live there. Otherwise, it would be just another island in our huge world, wouldn’t it? Here are several portraits we took in the land of Ice and Fire. It is our last post about this amazing cycling adventure, and we can’t help feeling a bit sad.