Because at least once in my life I had to look at the place where Bjork was born and raised. In addition, Iceland poured relentlessly from friends and acquaintances’ tapes with woolen horses, blue ice and Martian landscapes – and I decided to channel envy towards them in a productive way.
How to go?
It is better to attend to plane tickets in advance, because Iceland is not at all the country to which they break away a week before the trip. I bought my FinnAir tickets for six months, they cost me $ 400 (tickets from Vilnius with a transfer will cost about the same amount, however, you can buy them a few weeks before the trip – 34travel). We had to fly with a change: the road from Moscow to Helsinki took a little more than an hour and a half, and from Helsinki to Keflavik (the main airport of Reykjavik) it took another 1.5 hours. Continue reading
I bet that many of us, going on a long journey, the whole period of preparation can not drive away from the head the thought that something is forgotten. Indeed, there are many useful gizmos that really come in handy on a trip. Further in our review, look about those that will help in specific situations, while weighing a little and taking up very little space.
1. Camping set
It doesn’t matter where you go, to the hotel or on a camping trip, you should definitely bring along a few needles. With their help, you can not only sew up the torn thing, but also remove the splinter from your finger, unravel the knot or clean the connectors of the gadgets from dirt. Together with the needles, you need to grab the threads. You don’t need to bring a set of coils of all colors with you, just wrap around a meter or a little more of those that match the colors of your clothes. Several pins of different sizes, in which case, will help to fix a broken zipper or clothes. You also need to bring a key ring with you. It can replace a broken dog, a zipper on jeans or hold some things together. Continue reading
For the first time, a cultural and culinary tour for American travelers was organized in Azerbaijan.
The tour was prepared by Farida Buyuran, the author of the popular blog azcookbook.com and the book “Pomegranates and Saffron: A Culinary Journey to Azerbaijan”, published in the USA and already awarded several international awards.
As transfers AZE.az, the tour included master classes in restaurants, visits to colorful bazaars and wine cellars, excursions to historical places and museums, workshops of artisans and others. In an interview with “Moscow-Baku” Farida Buyuran talked about how he went gastronomic tour and what impressions American travelers from Azerbaijan took with them. Continue reading