I haven’t been posting lately, since school got pretty busy and my graduation period started two weeks ago. But after all is done I want to get back to blogging, maybe change things up a little bit. But for now I’ll leave you with a few photos I took today and then I’m off for yet more studying!
I hope you’re all having a great day!
Here you can see two sets of photos. The first ones are taken on Sunday by our good friend – thanks Romča! 🙂 And the other set is taken yesterday, on Monday, and well – thanks self-timer! We had a great time taking all of them, even though at some points it got “a bit” cold. Here they are! 😉
I have to admit that when I was growing up (to specify, when I was a teenager), I hated fall. I actually hated winter and spring as well. I always wanted summer. And in the summer I complained that it’s too hot. “Girls -.-” 😀 Anyway, during the last few years I’ve been realizing that there’s something fun and beautiful about every season. And the fall brings sweater-weather and colorful leaves everywhere around! I went out today to take some photos. I didn’t get to go any more beautiful places, even though I know a few, since I knew I had to be back soon to study. But hopefully I’ll get some good shots still this year.
Anyway, here’re a few from today. It’s no special place, but it’s beautiful to me. Because those places carry memories in them. I grew up playing on that field, in elementary we used to go pick the dog rose fruit and made bracelets and necklaces out of it, or picked the leaves and created something out of them. So, do you like them? 🙂
Bruntal (CZ) – Fall 2014
Colorful trees Fall 2014
Dog Rose Bush
Dog Rose Fruit
Since Denny is so small, he needs clothes not to freeze in winter. It’s maybe a bit early for sweaters, but it’s just the right time for jeans and a hoodie. I loved his cute little outfit today. 🙂
If I could travel back in time and give an advice to myself, it’d probably be: “Check if there’s good connections between your flight and trains before you order it.” Our (my and Benjam’s) journey back to Czech Republic from Finland was quite an experience.
On Thursday morning we woke up around 10. It was time to get ready to go back. We packed our bags, went on some last minute coffee “dates” with friends and then we were just waiting for our train. At midnight Benjam’s mom drove us to the train station and at 0:44 our journey officially begun. I love travelling and sleeping on the train, but if there’s a drunk boy behind you having weird sounds and throwing up it immediately becomes less pleasent to be there (Ew. I hate those kind of people!).Since it was a night train we had to suffer longer than usual – for about 7 hours.
On Friday morning we arrived to the Helsinki trainstation, put our luggage in some locker and went for a walk around Helsinki. With a sleepless night it’s not so much fun to walk around the place but it’s at least better than sitting at a trainstation. At 3 in the afternoon we took a bus to the airport and waited for another 4 hours to get on our plane. At half past 8 in the evening we were in Prague, took a bus to the trainstation there and locked our bags again.
We went for a short walk around Prague, and after that around maybe 1 in the night (Saturday already!), happy that we will soon be able to sleep a bit on some bench on the trainstation we came there and.. it was CLOSED!!! We went to ask the guard and he said it’s closed until 3. Apperantly they close it because of the homeless people that come there and there were no trains in the night. We saw other people sitting outside on benches, waiting, so we sat too. We were freezing on a bench for about 2 hours and when they finally opened we went to sit inside. For some reason it was really cold there and so we were freezing for 2 more hours. When the first cafeteria opened we went to sit there. After that we picked our stuff up from our locker and went to get on our train. Oh how I love the RegioJet trains. If everything went wrong on our trip so far, that train was like a blessing. 😀 You come in, they welcome you, you get comfy leather seats, much better (and also MUCH cheaper than in Finland), they offer you coffee, tea, apple juice, newspaper, etc. Oh, I almost forgot the wifi connection. It takes about 3 hours to get where we needed and I couldn’t sleep on the train for some reason. When we arrived in Ostrava we had to wait for some time still before our friend came to pick us up. When we arrived at Benjam’s home we gave each others stuff back (it was quite tricky to fit all of our stuff with weight limit of 20kg/person), went to the store and had some food. I then slept for a bit over one hour and then we went for a birthday party. I got to bed at maybe 10PM. On Saturday. I woke up on Thursday morning, remember? 😀
Here are a few photos from our “hardcore” trip.
I though I was gonna die. But I’m now here writing an another blog post! 😀
Through Sunday and Monday we walked Utterleden (I think it means something like ‘The otter trail’), more than 45 km of .. well, torture. 😀 In one way though, it was also very beautiful. And that’s what I want to share with you. Here are a few photos that me (or my boyfriend) took during the hike.
And! I also saw a baby otter, but unfortunately didn’t manage to take a photo of it, because it ran away as I turned to call on Benjam to bring my camera. But it was adorable!!! ❤
Last weekend we went to Benjam’s grandfather’s summer house. Here are a few photos I took there.