40 kilometers south of the Latvia/Lithuania border, in the outskirts of the small town of Šiauliai is a place known as the “Hill of Crosses.” Here, more than 200,000 crosses have been placed over two centuries. It has become a pilgrimage site for Christians, especially those in the Baltics. What’s most interesting, though, is what the […]
EuroPride, this year held in Amsterdam, is a pan-European pride event hosted each year by a different city in Europe. It was an amazing experience to see so many people from the community gather in one city to celebrate. Amsterdam is unique in that the parade is on boats and barges through the canals as […]
Craig outlined our time in Prague in his post earlier this week. Here are a few photos from the visit.
I’m typically very nervous to talk to people, so for Berlin Pride, I decided to conquer that a bit and approached people to ask if I could take their pic. A scary thing!! The theme of this pride was “danke für nichts” which translates to “thanks for nothing.” Although progressive in many areas, Germany still […]
We spent 5 days in Bulgaria, and while there, I was obsessed with the trams, so apologies for the large amount of pictures of them! In Romania, most of the time was spent wandering around Bucharest, but we did take a day-trip to see some historical sites related to Vlad Țepeș (aka Vlad the Impaler). For […]
From June 27th to July 6th, it was practically non-stop through multiple countries. We started by spending a few days in Brussels to relax and drink some great Belgian beer. We then took a train to Paris for Pride there. After less than 48 hours, we took a train early in the morning to catch […]
It was a whirlwind trip for London Pride – we got in Friday evening at around midnight, caught a few hours sleep, and then headed out to Pride on Saturday morning. Sunday, we got up and went to the train station to head to Brussels. Pride was wonderful, with important themes running throughout that centered […]