Silent People – speechless yet not voiceless – Scandinavian Travel Article

Silent People – speechless yet not voiceless Almost one thousand peat headed figures stand in complete silence at the edge of the forest. Stormy wind is blowing far from the Arctic Ocean, fluttering the golden hay hair of these soulless characters. The wooden bodies are covered with different kinds of winter gear, and the arms of the coats are wobbling rhythmically with the gust. When the summer comes, this mute crowd will transform their…

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Travelettes » » A weekend in Boston – Sweden Travel Article

Travelettes » » A weekend in Boston Boston is a city of firsts – it’s home to the first public library, the first institution of higher education, the first subway system and the first marathon was run in Boston. It was also in Boston that Alexander Bell invented the first ever telephone. Because of this, the city is steeped in history and has a rich heritage which surpasses that of many other US cities. Only a few hours from New…

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Things to do in Extremadura on a driving tour – Travel Article

If you’re new here and enjoy my blog, I’d love you to to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!With Medieval walled towns that featured as Game of Thrones locations, well preserved Roman remains and a long association with the 16th century explorers of the New World, Extremadura is a perfect destination for lovers of culture and history. This unspoiled region of Spain is little known by overseas visitors, and to help you discover the area I’ve put together…

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