Tallin in 3 days

🇪🇪🇪🇪🇪🇪 Mid March 2020, Wuhan probably the most well known place is the world, countries are cities are coming to grinding halt , and it is in that condition we decided to travel Estonia. Tallin, the capital of Estonia located on the shore of Baltic Sea. The old town Kesklinn is an Unesco World heritage site and one of the best preserved medieval city in Europe. We reached Tallin pretty late in evening . Luckily drive from airport was only about 5 mile. Next day after breakfast we left for a walking…
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Hertfordshire rolling hills

🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧 We started off at Hitchin - a picturesque town with a medieval layout and traditional cobbled streets. From there, we proceeded towards Oughtonhead Common - a tranquil nature reserve home to numerous bird species, a little stream and a small waterfall. Continuing on the Icknield Way Trail, we reached the ancient village of Pirton, known for its medieval architecture and we pass High Down House - a stunning Grade I listed building. Through shady woods and lush rolling hills we reached the Pegsdon Hill and Hoo Bit Nature Reserve. Considered one…
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Seven Sisters coastal – The Chalk Cliffs of Sussex

🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧 This hike treated us with many iconic views and fresh sea air high up on the cliffs. The Seven Sisters are a series of white chalk cliffs and are set within the Seven Sisters Country Park. They are remnants of dry valleys in the South Downs and were formed at the end of the last ice age by glacial meltwater. There are in fact now eight sisters as an extra one has been created by coastal erosion. Our hike started in the coastal town of Seaford which is home to a…
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