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@halfhalftravel began as an Instagram project when we matched up our travel photos side by side. Our completed photos compared each of the places that we had been to and the experiences we'd had on our own, while we dated long distance for one year.
Now, back together, our photos share experiences we've had together.
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Alternative Experiences in Lisbon
Posted in Portugal
Beyond the tourist centers of Bairro Alto, the Alfama and the bustle of Baixa are some equally fascinating experiences that show other faces of Lisbon: the modern, the arty and the creative.
Euphoria at Tallinn's Most Unique Hostel
Posted in Estonia
With its drum set, guitars hanging on the wall, nightly jam sessions and performances, this hostel is the most unique and friendly in all of Estonia.
Hidden Latvian Coast with Traveller Tours
Posted in Latvia
We had some ideas of what we wanted to see in Latvia, but we were not sure how. We were lucky to have the chance to see some off-the-beaten path spots near the Jūrmala resort town on the Latvian coast, with a guided tour!
How to Get from Riga to Vilnius
Posted in Latvia, Lithuania
After spending four days in Riga, we were ready to see more of Latvia. We had a unique opportunity to travel with the Riga to Vilnius Traveller Tours Sightseeing Bus, which would take us from Riga to Vilnius with five stops along the way. This is tons more fun than taking a standard four-hour bus for the same journey.
The Best Way to Get from Tallinn to Riga
Posted in Estonia, Latvia
We traveled to Riga from Tallinn on the Tallinn-Riga Sightseeing Tour Bus, the best way to get from Tallinn to Riga in one day while also seeing some of the most famous sights in both Estonia and Latvia! We never would’ve had the chance to see this many places in between the two cities on our own.
Tiles, Glowing Sunsets and Highlights of Porto, Portugal
Posted in Portugal
Porto is different from Lisbon and the south of Portugal. It has more of a traditional feel in its tiled homes and narrow alleys. We nailed down the best sunset spot, tried Port wine with locals and had coffee in both new and old cafes.