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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...
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I like practical things. I rarely buy something that has a purely decorative purpose and lies around the house collecting dust. I like comfortable clothes that allow me to travel without worrying about cold wind, too hot sun or getting dirty. Adventure comes before picture-perfect looks.  I like, however pretty...
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I get many questions from my lovely readers asking how I plan my travels. I mentioned in the past how I used to travel while studying and working at the same time.  Now I am not restricted so much by work, but I still use the techniques I learned in...
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  • dishes in Spain
If I tell you that Spain is a paradise for the senses, I guess I am not discovering anything new to you all.  But in this post I am not going to talk about the beautiful beaches in Spain, nor the excellent wines, neither the amazing museums or arquitechture all...
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Madrid is a beautiful city and very high on my list of the favourite cities in Europe. Well, nothing will ever (probably) beat Edinburgh, but I enjoy Madrid enormously every time I visit it. I have probably been there around 20 times and it is my part-time home when I...
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  • Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires
Every time I visit Argentina I enjoy it rather greatly. It is not a secret and if you read my blog from time to time you probably have noticed my fondness for this country. Buenos Aires is undoubtedly a beautiful city that will never make you bored. From beautiful neighbourhoods through...
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Atacama is the driest desert on Earth with only 1 to 3 mm os rain per year (although it rained twice last year and flooded many towns, but let’s follow the statistics). In the middle of this land…well, actually in the middle of nowhere, there is a little village of...
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The first flight I ever took was a bit stressful, a bit uncomfortable…but not scary. I took hundreds of flights up to this day and I must admit that I have had a few horrific flights. After the first of those extremely stressful flights when the turbulences were so strong...
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  • Prague
“If European cities were a necklace, Prague would be a diamond among the pearls.” Anynymous I have been living nearly 20 years of my life just on the other side of the border near Prague. As it happens if life often, we go far away in search of adventure and...
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  • Rio de Janeiro
Maybe you can name a few cities more exciting than Río de Janeiro is something else. I have been dreaming of living the hot samba till the first hours of the morning for a long time. I had 9 days in Río and barely moved away from this city. I...
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