I wondered as I walked away if such was a typical occurrence on this quiet Valletta street? Had the man who’d come calling on the street beside me done so knowing a performance was on the horizon, or had he really come with a simple favor to ask of his friend? Continue reading Malta’s Masked Man
On a clear night, just as the sun began to set, I met with a couple of interns to film a short video introducing Malta and Miss Maps. Since then, they’ve been working hard to travel the island and surrounding areas to help bring to you the best of Malta!
Take a look! Continue reading Meet Me in Malta : The Video
We Made it to Russia!
What happens when four female travelers take on The Venice of the North? There’s only one way to find out! Continue reading We Made it to Russia – Four Female Travelers Take on The Venice of the North
Would you fly halfway across the world to celebrate with strangers? Continue reading What If We Could Go To Russia?
What’s it like to live in Estonia’s Countryside? It’s like inhaling to fill your lungs with gold, while exhaling to breathing out the big city’s toxins. Rather than run for a television remote, children let loose and run in the rain, ride bikes, climb trees and build their own toys from Dad’s scrap wood. CLICK TO EXPERIENCE life in Rural Estonia! Continue reading Experiencing Life in Rural Estonia
One of Europe’s northernmost capitals, Tallinn Estonia is surprisingly accessible and attracts tourists from all directions. But beyond the tourists are some lust-worthy locals. Where can you find them? Find out! Continue reading Tallinn Estonia: Lively Visitors and Lovely Locals
Here you go: Photographic Challenge #1
A look through the windows of Riga. Continue reading Riga Latvia Through the Looking Glass
A country I’ve been admiring for some time, and one that poured its heart out with stories of history and religion, CLICK HERE to check out Lithuania’s religious history and separate republic! Continue reading First Stop Baltics: Vilnius, Lithuania
Much of Central and Eastern Europe remains untouched by tourists and unknown to many. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing… Check it out! Continue reading Central Europe’s Small Town Delights
What’s it like to go to Belarus without a visa? It’s like 7 hours of walking, a neon pink passport stamp, a moped ride, shots of водка, a warning from Belorussian officers, and a quick return. It’s a long story, but it’s worth it! CLICK HERE TO READ! Continue reading Без визы Belarus! (Visa Free Belarus!)