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Hot-air​ balloon & ancient history

Hot-air​ balloon & ancient history

This post was updated on August 24th, 2020 Thursday, June 21, 2018 Traveling in a Hot-air balloon Another early morning, as we are up and gone before 7a.m. with another good reason. We are going to go onto a hot-air balloon. This is only possible for a few hours after sunrise and then again around sunset. Otherwise, the temperature on the ground would be too warm to allow the balloon to rise. So the first goal of the day is

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Troyan monastery, craftsmanship​, and a cave

Troyan monastery, craftsmanship​, and a cave

This post was updated on March 22nd, 2020 Krushuna, Sunday, June 17, 2018 An early start We are starting the day early again, too early to enjoy the breakfast at the hotel, but Evo organized some sandwiches for us which we might enjoy later. We have to pack the car and then hit the road down to the Troyan Monastery to arrive there in time for the Sunday service. How does a breakfastless start add up with Sunday service? Where

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Chasing the light in Iceland – Vestrahorn

Chasing the light in Iceland – Vestrahorn

This post was updated on June 21st, 2019 Tuesday, November 28, 2017 Once again we are leaving the house early in the morning. At 7a.m. we are on our way to Stokksnes from where we are hoping to watch the Aurora and the rising sun over Vestrahorn (Engl: Western Horn). The mountain belongs to the range called Klifatindur (Engl: Peak Climb), to which also the Brunnhorn (Engl: Brown Horn) belongs. History of Vestrahorn Hrollaugur Earl of Møre in Norway built

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