Tony Goes Global

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Krakow – Poland

A belated post about my time in Krakow. Travelling from Lviv to Krakow was my first time using Blablacar. I was a bit skeptical about it but the ride couldn’t have gone smoother and...

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Lviv – Ukraine

Lviv was very different to Odessa and Kiev. In fact it didn’t even feel like I was still in Ukraine. The city had a very European feel and was relaxed and friendly. Most people...

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Kiev – Ukraine

A little delayed but here’s a post about my time in Kiev before Christmas. I had 2 choices to get from Odessa to Kiev, train or bus. I chose the latter and was about...

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Odessa – Ukraine

I wasn’t really intending to go to Ukraine. Partly because of the political climate and partly because I wasn’t sure if it would be safe for a Brit. Well I’m very glad I did...

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Moldova

The night train to Moldova The journey from Bucharest to the Moldovan capital Chisinau was my first time on a sleeper train! I had read lots of bad reports on this train, from the...

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Transylvania – Romania

Brasov My journey to Transylvania was pretty painless apart from getting ripped off by a taxi driver in Bucharest, they are such dishonest people! The trains in this part of the world are so...

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Bucharest, Romania

I’ve been a bit lapse with the blog lately whilst I work on other things. I’m currently in Ukraine but over the past few weeks I visited Romania, Moldova and Transnistria. Arrival I travelled...

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Sofia, Bulgaria

The last time I was in Sofia was on a skiing trip with my secondary school. I remember it well, Bulgaria was still a communist country back then and there were lots of scary...

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Skopje – Macedonia

It was a 2 hour bus journey from Pristina to Skopje, not too bad at all. I was expecting a large coach but it was only a small minibus and there were still free...

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Kosovo – Prizren and Pristina

Arrival in Kosovo I caught the bus from Tirana and arrived in Prizren, Kosovo at around 18:30. After getting lost on the way to the hostel, I asked a group of people for directions...