For many people, going underground represents one of their worst fears come to life. Heading down into a dark, cold, dank environment with no clue about where the exit is and how to get there is for many people the stuff of nightmares. But for others, an underground tunnel represents endless opportunities to explore and discover new places.
For the rest of us, who have to content ourselves with cellophane-packaged goods from the fluorescent-lit local grocery store, a market like this in our neighborhood would be a dream come true. Luckily, all of these markets are located in easily accessible places, so make sure that you put them on your next travel itinerary!
The majority of people believe traveling is akin to pleasure – you’re essentially just having fun or relaxing. While that’s correct to a certain extent, the experiences you have on your journeys affect you in a much more profound way. You’re constantly learning, and hopefully becoming a better human being.
There are many key experiences in Finland that are not to be missed if you’re only visiting for a short time – enjoying the nightlife in Helsinki, sailing along one of the many waterways, or taking some time out in a traditional sauna. What a lot of people don’t take into account is the vibrant culinary scene that links all of the far-flung parts of Finland together.
These men and women who came before us were the characters of great stories. Some of them were the first ones to visit new lands and have contact with unknown civilizations. We’ve got to give it to them for instilling this passion for travel in all of us.
Authors from all over the world, and from different times in history, had one thing in common: they needed a quiet place to create their masterpieces. Their houses, family and friends, and political situations contributed to the plot, characters and locations you’ve come to love when devouring their books.