Category Archive: Go Green

Exploring Latvia: Bogshoeing in Kemeri National Park

Rarely have I been in such peaceful surroundings as in the great bogs of Kemeri National Park in Latvia. Surrounded by nothing but stunning natural scenery and silence only broken my crunchy bogshoe-footsteps.… Continue reading

Tenerife on two wheels: Mountain biking in the forest of Anaga

I was initially looking to “cheat” and do a bit of e-biking when I recently found myself on the Spanish island of Tenerife. I was on a work trip and had travelled to… Continue reading

Travelling with FlixBus: Get comfortably from Madrid to Lisbon

It’s mid-afternoon as the bright green FlixBus rolls out of the busy bus-hub of Méndez Álvaro in Madrid. The bus navigates the downtown traffic and soon makes its way to the more open… Continue reading

Flight or FlixBus? Let’s take a look at my recent journey…

I have never been too picky when it comes to means of transport and while living in the UK, I got used to long bus rides like the 4-hour journey between London and… Continue reading

Experiencing The Great Kemeri Bog Boardwalk in Latvia

While researching some alternative travel experiences around Europe, I came across some highly atmospheric photos of the bogs of Kemeri National Park in Latvia. A country I hadn’t had the pleasure of visiting… Continue reading

Wales: Starlings and sunsets in Aberystwyth

As much as I love to discover new places for the first time, I also find it exciting to return and re-discover a place – like when I recently found myself back in… Continue reading

Fuente Dé: Cantabrian cable car adventure

The region of Cantabria covers eastern and southern parts of Spain’s spectacular National Park Picos de Europa. A rugged land of mountains, canyons and a wild nature which is far from the golden… Continue reading

Isle of Man: Go sea-exploring with Shona

Shona is patiently waiting in the little harbour of Port Erin – her home near the southern tip of the Isle of Man. A self-governing island under the crown of the UK. From… Continue reading

Go Green: Conquer the Danish “Sky Mountain”

Having travelled a lot in mountainous regions like Scotland, Spain and Switzerland, I like to tell the story of Denmark’s “Sky Mountain” when I talk to other travellers. Its name gives the impression… Continue reading

Naturally Edinburgh: 5 gorgeous green spots in the Scottish capital

Edinburgh isn’t just cobblestoned streets and whisky-pouring pubs. The Scottish capital is greener than most and offers some excellent spots where you can disconnect from busy streets and enjoy a walk with a… Continue reading