Norway Lofoten Islands
Norway – February 2018
Norway – February 2018
September 2016. Accommodation links at the end of the pics. Arrived in Keflavik airport, picked up the rental car, hit the nearest supermarket, bought new woolly gloves and drove for 3 days… it’s not all that expensive either (if you can avoid Reykjavík). All accommodation booked via AirBnB, if you never used them before, click this link to get €35 off your first booking. Places we stayed on this trip: Cute little cottage in the Golden Circle with an AMAZING hot-tub Perfect guest house only 6 minutes from the airport
NYC, New Jersey, Maine, Vermont, Boston… June/July 2016. All accommodation via AirBnB, list of locations at end of post. All accommodation booked via AirBnB, if you never used them before, click this link to get €35 off your first booking. Places we stayed on this trip: Apartment in Brooklyn, NYC Rustic Cabin on China Lake, ME Cottage near Bar Harbour, Ellsworth, ME Forest Hideaway, Plainfield, VT
Accommodation via AirBnB – use this link to claim €35 travel credit for your first trip.
2 weeks in Norway: West Telemark – Egersund – Stavanger – Enebakk – Oslo. All accommodation booked via AirBnB, see end of post for list of locations we stayed. Airbnb accommodation links: Robin’s cabin at lake in West Telemark Kjell’s downtown apartment in Egersund Thove’s 300 year old fairytale cottage in Enebakk Stian’s modern Oslo apartment in trendy Grünerløkka If you’ve never used AirBnB before, use this link to get €35 off your first booking
Our first time in Italy, our first time on holidays together in fact… we spent 10 amazing days in this beautiful country. from the maze that is the canals of Venice, to the blissful peace of the Tuscan countryside to the chaos of the streets of Rome, we truly fell in love with Italy and will be back soon…
Recently saw some photos on Facebook of friends at a Knoxville Vols college football game in Tennessee. Reminded me of when I was there back in 2008. Was amazed by the buzz of the game OUTSIDE the stadium. Neyland Stadium has a capacity of 102,000, every seat was full, a sea of orange… but I would say there was easy another 100,000 enjoying the festival on the streets and camped out in tailgate parties. Can’t believe that this is 5 years ago. I remember myself and Aaron having problems getting into the stadium because we had, what security considered, ‘professional’ cameras! …
Long weekend in Berlin, November 2012 All images Copyright Peter Grogan – Please be polite and ask before use.