Ancient temples and giant skyscrapers, small streets and multi-level interchanges, quiet parks and noisy shopping districts. Millions of lights, glowing neon signs, crowd noise and chatter of cicadas. Japan is in future, although past and present have not gone. This book is about three weeks in Japan in September, 2010.
Iceland means water, wind and vikings. And wind with water — over and above. We have visited Reykjavik, travelled around Iceland by the highway №1, saw canyons and mountains, rivers and glaciers, waterfalls and geysers, and one arctic fox. This book is about a two-week trip around Iceland in September, 2012.
London is the capital of Great Britain. It is situated on the river Thames… And so on, and so on. Big Ben, Westminster, the Tower, palaces and double-decker buses, cabs and pubs — all of this seems to be familiar from school stories and lessons, but it's better to see it all in person. And good old England fully justifies itself. This book is about a trip to England in 2011–2012.