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  • St. Abbs Lighthouse, East Lothian
I don’t know about you guys, but for me there is never too many images from Scotland, especially when are taken by such talented photographers as Kit and Gary, who sent us a wonderful photo in the past. So I was particularly glad when Kit send me this photo to...
A city of Eternal Spring- that is a pleasant nickname of Medellín, a city in Colombian district Antioquia. The nickname has been given to this city for a reason, thanks to the pleasant climate throughout the whole year and blooming flowers wherever you look. People of Medellín, paisas (or as...
Tips for Solo Female Travelers that will make your adventures epic! Solo traveling is great, I tell’ya. Many women travel alone and it is a great experience, but let’s honest here- realities are more difficult for solo traveling women than men. I have travelled alone around Europe and it was...
  • Oslo Vigeland Park
Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo I hope you like today’s postcard. The photo has been taken in one of the most beautiful parks you can visit- Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo. In this park you can enjoy the life work of norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. With more than 200 sculptures...
Scotland is a beautiful country with breathtaking landscapes, but the real romantic charm is created by the countless number of castles. If you ever planned a trip to Scotland, you are most likely to come across images of an iconic romantic castle in the Scottish Highlands, which also happens to...
Tips to save money for epic travels Traveling has always been a big part of my life and I knew that I have to find ways to fulfil my dream. Finances are often the biggest problem of many, but with some careful planning, you can save a lot of money...
Where the time stops. Idle life of Essaouira in Morocco. If you go there, you cannot get enough of enjoying the atmosphere of this charming little fishing town. ??? Tam, gdzie czas si? zatrzymuje. Spokojne ?ycie w Essaouira w Maroku. Je?li si? tam znajdziecie, trudno b?dzie wam si? si? nasyci?...
Myths and legends from Atacama While travelling you meet story tellers that will take you to the lands of mystery, magic and legends. It is always fascinating for me to hear those stories as they explain a lot about the culture, tradition and history of a country and its people....
  • Peru, food
Peru and the food “First we eat, then we do everything else.” -M.F.K. Fisher Well, actually there’s many reason why you should visit Peru, greatly desired Machu Picchu amongst many, but if you are a hopeless foodie, this one and only reason might be convincing enough: FOOD. When you think...
  • Machu Picchu
The postcard presented today is from me to All of you. There is something special about that photo, I think, although quite misterious. It has been taken on a very unwelcoming early morning on my way to Machu Picchu. At this point I was probably saying to myself ‘not far,...
Iguazu Falls lie on the river Iguazu that borders Argentina and Brazil. They are really big, I am telling you. There is a total of 275 drops with the tallest being 82 meters and they straddle over 2.7 km. There is no need for me to convince you to go...
The majority of the falls are in Argentina, only a little part on the brazilian side. To get the full experience you should definitely visit both sides. While the Argentinian part allows you to experience them very close to you, the other side gives you a larger view. More about...
Today’s postcard has been sent to us by Gary straight from Scotland. This is what Gary said about this photo: “Photo taken 4th May 2015. Whilst out on the Fife Coast Trail, Scotland visited Aberdour harbour and  walking around past the old pier ruins took this photo of the rocks...
Habits I observed in Chile After traveling around the countries in South America and living in Chile for a while, I can’t help myself but compare. I must admit that Chile is somehow a bit quirky. Being the longest country in the world with the ocean on one side and...
  Frequent flyer points- how to get free nights in hotels How is it possible that the more you spend the more you get? Traveling can be expensive, but there are ways to travel cheaper. Many airlines offer memberships that include some benefits, so if you pay for flight anyway,...
This week another postcard that arrived to us from London. I hope you like it. ? W tym tygodniu kolejna pocztówka, która dotar?a do nas z Londynu. Mam nadziej?, ?e wam si? podoba. Please remember that you can sent a postcard yourself from some amazing places you visited. Don’t keep...
This week I have decided to send you a postcard myself from a paradise. It is the view of Iguazu falls (Argentina) in the subtropical rain forest from the brazilian part. It is impossible to capture the beauty of this natural wonder, but I hope you like it. ??? W...
Another post about Buenos Aires (?!) you might say! I just couldn’t resist. I left the city already, but maybe I am having detachment problems and I am not quite ready to let it go. So apologies to some of you, but great hopes that this post can be useful....
I travel…a fair bit, but I am not on the move constantly like some people I meet on my way. There are many types of travellers, I am rather someone who moves in order to live in a place, then travels and explores wherever feet become too itchy. Not the...
  There is no much I need to say about the location of this photo. It has been sent to us by Jacek from his Easter trip to London with his wife. I really like night shots and a night in London can be magical. Thanks! ??? Nie trzeba buy...
Paraguay is not a very popular place for tourist exploration and there is no many guidebooks about it. I haven’t heard a single story from other travellers about this mysterious country. I haven’t seen much there neither, mainly because of lack of time. We just happened to be Foz do...