Rigas Diena: My 9 Months Experience ebook

Riga is one of the several cities I had the chance to live over the last years. The Latvian capital has finally grown in attention and, regularly, I’ve been asked by readers from all over the world about travels and expatriations to the Baltic region.

This way, I decided to publish the ebook ‘Rigas Diena’ as a result of living 9 months in the biggest city of the Baltic states: in 34 pages you will read about those challenging times, including some tips on how I found a job and how it was to work in Latvia. 

In fact, I lived a series of unforgettable episodes: from meeting new interesting people to miss my relatives and friends in Lisbon; from the desperation of being stuck at home for consecutive days to the bliss and excitement when I started to work in a local company.

For those who already followed this experience here at worldwidepedrol.com, don’t worry: you will find a revision and new edition on most of the chronicles as well as an updated and more complete version of the Riga Guide, with my favorite top suggestions of what you can find in the city.

buy now Rigas Diena ebook


41 responses to “Rigas Diena: My 9 Months Experience ebook

  1. Thank you for posting this, I would be very interested to read your account of your stay in Riga. My grandparents were Latvian and I visited Riga a long time ago. It was a wonderful city and I’d love to go back, but as that’s not an option right now, at least I can read about it!

  2. Reblogged this on Equal Opportunity Reader and commented:
    I love seeing people publish their stories, and I personally had a great time exploring Riga, Vilnius and Tallin years ago. This book seems like it might be worth it if you’re planning a post-COVID trip. I haven’t read it, but if you do let us know how it is in the comments.

    • dear Mel, thank you so much for sharing my ebook dedicated to those months in the amazing and unique city of Riga 🙂 I’m sure you’d love to read my experience and see Riga through my eyes 🙂 have a great week, PedroL

  3. I purchased your ebook! I’m going to give it a read and if it’s alright with you, I’d like to write up a review about it to post to my blog?! 🙂 Let me know what you think!

    • Dear Kelly, check your email 🙂 as I wrote you it means a lot to me that you purchased my ebook, I hope you find it interesting and it makes you smile reading my adventures in a city (and country) with a culture so différent of mine ahah

      It will be great if you take some time to review my ebook and post in your blog, that’s so kind, thank you so much 🙂 I have already a few feedback and people have been so helpful and nice 🙂

      Thanks again and have a lovely week,

      • Absolutely not a problem! I’d be happy to do that! I’ll probably reach out and see if I can ask you some follow up questions if you don’t mind? 🙂

  4. Hi Pedro, thanks for all your support with “Peace”. Much appreciated. Best of luck with your ebook, which looks very interesting. Have you any idea why no one appears to have visited the “St. Ives” post in my blog?

  5. Interesting! I’m originally from Latvia, and have lived in Riga for quite a few decades. Well, I relocated to Canada 16 years ago.
    It was amazing to see somebody publishing about Riga’s diena. It’s usually quite a celebration.
    Apart from Riga, Latvia has many ancient towns and cities, I hope you got to see something outside Riga, as well.

    • Dear Inese, thank you so much for your comment,
      You are more than welcome to download this pdf and read my experience in your beautiful country 🙂

      I’ve seen some cities but I am aware of the fact that I could have seen more…

      Anyway, it is always a pleasure to return to Latvia and discover a bit more eheh

      Do you speak Latvian? I didn’t learn that much, anyway Paldies 🙂


    • Glad you appreciate it and thanks for taking some time to comment eheh feel free to download and read about my experience in Riga 🙂 PedroL

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