We travelled to Minsk, Belarus from Vilnius, Lithuania via coach, and we found a city that had plenty going on, few English speaking residents and a surprisingly warm population.
For our 2016 visit, as citizens of the United Kingdom, we had to obtain a visa to enter the country as a tourist, but if you want to visit yourself then now is the time as new visa rules mean you can enter Belarus for up to 30 days visa-free, so long as you enter and leave Minsk International Airport.
If you want to see exactly what we got up to in one of Europe’s most intriguing capitals, watch the video below, and don’t forget to subscribe to my channel for more awesome travel videos.
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I caught up with Chris O'Hare and Gabs Gratrix in Tbilisi to see how they're getting on as they sit at the crossroads of the first two continents on their round-the-world cycling tour that will see them travel over 100,000 kilometres across more than 60 countries.
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So last June I went to Paris for my birthday with my girlfriend. I decided to make a vlog while I was there, which turned out to pretty poor. So without further ado, prepare to be underwhelmed by watching the world’s worst Paris vlog.
To see everything I got up to and to see what you can do on a trip to Slovenia’s capital, Ljubljana, watch my 180 second guide
As 2016 came to a close, I decided to throw together a video to give you a little insight into what I got up to in my first year of travelling each and every month.