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I am Anna. A travel lover. A food lover. A dreamer. This blog has been created to inspire to follow the dreams and turn them into plans. My dream is to travel. What is yours?

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Postcards from the World inspire and helps to travel mindfully, be more enaged, present and connected with your heart and people you meet on your way during the adventures.

7 best photo spots in Mallorca

  • Mallorca, Spain
When I was still in high school, I belonged to a youth association that allowed me to travel around Poland and other European places to particicpate in exchanges with young people from other countries. I made life long frendships and even now, 17 or so years later I still keep...
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Wine, sun and art. Visiting Mendoza, Argentina.

I am not sure if I even mentioned it, but I was quite impressed by Argentina, its culture, food, people and obviously landscapes. I was lucky to discover many places from the north to south, but somehow I never (during the whole two years of living and traveling in South...

Charming churches in Chiloé.

When you hear stories about something more that fifty times from different people, you get to te point that you really want to find out what the fuss is about. For two years of my life in Chile and traveling around South America I have heard from many people, mostly...

Muelle de las almas. The magic in Chiloé island.

“The gladdest moment in human life, me thinks, is a departure into unknown lands.” – Sir Richard Burton   It all started when María, as always inspirational, showed me photos from her trip to Chiloé. She complained about getting totally wet on the firts day, being unprepared to the rainy...

I saw penguins and whales! A boat tour to rememeber in Chiloé island.

I mentioned this once or twice (or very much possibly more) before that I really like peguins. Whenever possible I look for them on my travels, but often do not have much luck. Those of you, who read my blog on regular basis my remember the post I wrote on...

How mindful traveling makes my eperiences richer.

It is not magic. It is not something special. And it is not difficult. It is the way of life. That’s what I always tell all the people attending my workshops on mindfulness. As some of you might already know, I am a counsellor specialized (amongst others) in mindfulness, but...

My best travel experiences in 2016 and future dreams.

Sometimes with time we forget some of the little amazing moments filling our lives. The big ones are usually firmly glued to our memory. An end of a year is a perfect ocassion to look back and appreciate the little and big wonderful experiences that happened and also those that...

Traditions in Spain: a day of Magic Kings

A day full of magic While in most countries the excitment and fever of Christmas has been long gone, children in Spain are still expecting a night full of magic. On the 6th of January, a day of the three Kings (or Three Wise Men), children put out their shoes...
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4 steps to happiness in Bariloche if you are a chocolate lover.

From my first days of living in South America I was listening to some stories from other people how beautiful Bariloche is. They admired the landscapes, food, people and most surprisingly chocolate. Since my curiosity would never be satisfied if I did not go there and see and taste it...
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12 cool things to do in Atacama.

Some of you, who visit the blog from time to time might already know that I lived in the desert of Atacama for 2 years. I have written a number of posts on where to go and what to do in this part of Chile. I don’t know about you,...

Caleta Buena. In search for penguins and discovering hidden gems of Chile.

It was Friday, a day of a surprise birthday dinner for María, a friend I made in Chile. As the evening was unfolding, I mentioned how much I like penguins and my search for those elegantly funny birds was not very successful during the two years of my living in Chile....

Sunday Postcard. Skogar, Iceland.

Good morning everyone. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend. We are so lucky today! Mia Karp, a blogger and a photographer, sent us a beautiful postcard of the northern lights she has witnessed in Iceland. If you read this blog on regular basis you might be familiar with...

Girls who travel interview. Meet Natalie.

Hello everyone, I hope you are having a great day. Are you ready to get inspired by another courageous traveling girl? I have interviewed Natalie Schaefer, a keen traveler and a founder of Worlds Apart and she is telling us how her traveling passion started, what inspired her to start blogging...

Perfect gifts for girls who love to travel.

I do not shop much. I do not buy many clothes or gadgets. Usually all the extra money I spent on traveling. I have always done that. While studying I had been working two jobs to be able to pay all the expenses and have enough pocket money to sponsor...

Sunday Postcard. Kauai, Hawaii.

 Hello everyone. I hope you are having a wonderful Sunday wherever you are. I am happy to tell you that we have received a postcard today from one of the most amazing places, Kauai in Hawaii. I haven’t been there yet, but it definitely is on my bucket list and...

Copacabana, Lake Titicaca and mixed feelings.

The bus ride was bumpy. All passengers squeezed in a tiny van, unable to stretch properly if necessary headed to Bolivian Copacabana. It was my first time. The plans of visiting the highest lived lake in the world started two years ago when I first stood on South American soil....

12 tips to pack light for long hikes

When I was in primary school, a head teacher of my class was also a geography teacher and a big lover of outdoors. As part of our education about nature, we were taking frequent trips to forests and mountains. I lived in the south of Poland, close to the border...

Sunday postcard. La Rioja, Spain.

Hello everyone. I hope you are having a lovely Sunday. We have got a postcard today from Spain sent to us by Reyes. Spain – La Rioja – Wine and mushrooms I stumbled across this wine and mushroom market in Haro, Spain.  I could not resist taking several pictures of...

How to stay fit while traveling.

  Traveling is a big part of my life. I cannot imagine not to travel.  I always thought that staying fit while traveling is easy. You walk around many hours a day, hike, swim, conquer the mountains. All of this is completely opposite to sitting at a desk. I do...

Nostalgia of planning next move

I think I have never written a personal post. Every time I try to show you some amazing places to go to, practical guides or inspiration to follow dreams. But that’s all, I guess. I am a little bit shy in that matter. Stepping out of comfort zone from time...

A day in Guayaquil.

My planning to go to one of the most amazing places on Earth- Galapagos Islands– involved a long layover in Guayaquil. I guess that half of the travelers headed to Galapagos have a stop in Guayaquil, the other option would be Quito. Guayaquil is the largest city of Ecuador and...