The Baltic Run Days 8 & 9!Posted 9 January 2017 by David IN 0 responses
Days 8 & 9 of the Baltic Run began with hangovers and ended with celebrations. In between … it was very cold!
The Baltic Run Day 6 & 7!Posted 6 January 2017 by David IN 0 responses
The Baltic Run minimal assistance rally headed into the deep cold on Days 6 & 7!
Baltic Run Day 4 & 5Posted 4 January 2017 by David IN 0 responses
The Baltic Run continued apace on days 4 & 5, as participants celebrated the end of 2016 in Lithuania, before setting off for Latvia.
Baltic Run Continues: Day 2 & 3!Posted 3 January 2017 by David IN 0 responses
The Baltic Run Day 2 & 3 features a series of unexpected adventures, as the gang drove North through Poland.
The Baltic Run Has Begun: Recap 1!Posted 31 December 2016 by David IN 0 responses
The Baltic Run has begun with participants setting off from Krakow on their exciting journey to Tallinn! Feature photo by Dirk Lenaerts
Neringa and the Curonian Split: the Lithuanian Sahara?Posted 28 December 2016 by David IN 0 responses
Often dubbed the Lithuanian Sahara, the Curonian Spit is a 0.4-3.8 km wide and 98 km long UNESCO world heritage site and nature reserve. It separates […]
AHHAA… the Best Named Museum in the WorldPosted 16 December 2016 by David IN 0 responses
Tartu in Estonia is home to AHHAA, probably the best named museum in the world. If you’re planning a trip to Estonia and you see […]
How to Drive like a Pro in the Snow!Posted 7 December 2016 by Barbara IN 0 responses
With the Baltic Run fast approaching, it’s time for some top tips on how to drive like a pro in the snow!
Grutas Park, a 20-Hectare Soviet-Era TimewarpPosted 9 November 2016 by Judit IN 0 responses
Grutas park is your Dazed in Druskininkai diary option, on the off-chance that, in theory, you’d be thrilled to kick off the New Year in […]
Lithuanian Adventures: Europos Parkas, the Center of EuropePosted 7 November 2016 by Judit IN 0 responses
You might have already had an inkling that celebrating New Year’s Day in the Lithuanian winter wonderland was to be nothing short of magical; one […]