From april 2016 this blog will no longer be fennoeshjka.com. I wanted a new website name for a while and decided to work on a whole new idea for my blog. This blog will still be reachable at fennoeshjka.wordpress.com and in the meantime I will work on my new one. Stay tuned and I hope… Continue reading By bye fennoeshjka.com!
“Stay on the path and don’t listen to the ladies singing”, our guide told us and then she left. While she was getting the car, me and the rest of the tour group had to walk through the bog ourselves. Not that it was very dangerous, but the place did have a ghostly feel to… Continue reading Travel || An eerie walk through Lahemaa National Park, Estonia
Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia (thecountrynotthestate), is a city where Europe meets the Middle East. With it’s unique character it is a great place to stay for a while! The last days in Georgia I spent in Tbilisi. Jenny went back to Turkey, so I was by myself again. In the meantime I went to… Continue reading Travel || Enjoying Tbilisi, Georgia
Around Tbilisi there are a lot of things to see and explore. Wineries, century old churches and paganistic temples for example. But also the museum about one of the most well-known dictators the world has ever known. Gori A good day trip from the capital of Georgia is Gori. The city itself is not that… Continue reading Travel || The questionable shrine and a pagan cave dwelling, Georgia
Driving up north from Tbilisi, where the mountains are not yet very high, you can find a more friendly landscape. There are a couple of beautiful lakes laying between the hills. At one of those lakes lies the fortress of Ananuri. It makes a good stop over when you go to Kazbegi National Park. Ananuri… Continue reading Travel || A quick stop at the fortress of Ananuri, Georgia
“Though roads make skillful drivers”, people say. That would definitely be the case on the Georgian Military Highway in Georgia. The road is harsh. The landscape consists mainly of ice and rocks. The marshrutka, as the mini buses are called in Georgia, takes you through the most breathtaking landscapes. After a couple of days in… Continue reading Travel || “Are they wolves, or just really big dogs?” – Kazbegi National Park, Georgia
So, trying to update on a regular basis clearly doesn’t work for me. It has been quite busy lately. Working on my thesis for example. Oh, and moving back to the Netherlands for a more permanent time was also very time consuming. Decided to leave my nomadic life behind for a while to focus on… Continue reading // Short update