Malta: Seven amazing reasons you can’t miss it

Malta

Malta: seven amazing reasons you can’t miss it. And if you miss visiting it, hmm, you can’t miss visiting it! Malta is a beautiful and charming country not to include on your travel bucket list! I discovered it only once visiting it. And want to share with you some amazing reasons why you can’t miss it! Who knows, maybe even this summer? I remember when few years ago direct flights between Malta and Gdansk opened. That’s when I added it to my travel list. In June 2021, the decision was: Malta or Santorini. Santorini won! And June this year, I...

My beautiful life in India: What am I grateful for

My Beautiful Life In India

My beautiful life in India: what am I grateful for. When we travel the world, we tend to focus on the places we have seen and the activities we experienced. Less frequently, at least in my opinion, we focus on what we managed to learn and appreciate in us thanks to visiting a specific place or a country. This post is my personal reflection on my three years of living in India. A way to summarize my thoughts and share them with you. A way to give more perspective about life in India. And maybe it will encourage you to...

Bulgaria: Seven amazing reasons you can’t miss it

Bulgaria Seven Amazing Reasons You Can't Miss It

Bulgaria: seven amazing reasons you can’t miss it. And once you visit it, you won’t forget it. There are many motives it will stay on your mind! For me, there is one main reason: I want to explore it more! For Polish people, Bulgaria used to be one of the top travel destinations in 80s, 40 years ago! The country has progressed immensely, especially in the tourism area. In Eastern Europe it is the 5th most visited country. Most of the visitors come from Romania and Turkey, the neighbouring countries. Back in May this year, we decided to buy tickets...

Travel and taste: Papaya love – know it all

Papaya Love

Travel and taste: papaya love – know it all. Who remembers my previous blog post from the same series about mango? Mango love – know it all. Today, it is time for papaya! I love to call it “papita”; the way it is called in the Hindi language. Somehow it highlights more its yummy and sweet taste! If you love papaya, this article is for you. If you do not love it, continue reading! Very shortly, you will fall in love with it. It is just a matter of time (and place). Discover some great highlights and tips about this...

Visiting Poland: The truth about the local faux pas

Poland Gdansk City

Visiting Poland: the truth about the local faux pas. Following my latest blog post about the faux pas in India, I thought it might be an interesting perspective to write this time about Poland. Somehow I write less about Poland here so that’s also a great occassion to share a bit more about my home country. What are some of the top faux pas in Poland? What should you avoid doing when visiting Poland during your holidays or maybe when considering a relocation? Some items might be more “European” while the others a bit more unique or even funny. Check...

Visiting India: The truth about the local faux pas

Visiting India: local Faux Pas

Visiting India: the truth about the local faux pas. I enjoy writing about India and its culture. Often it is very diverse from the customs and way of living I am used to in Poland. Yet, traveling the world changed my thinking a lot. I am not surprised about different approaches, lifestyles, or cultures. I admire them with eyes wide open. When visiting other countries or places, we tend to focus on what to do. This time, I want to tell you the reverse about India: the local faux pas. Faux pas? Literally, it means “false step” in French. The...

Easter celebration in Poland: Unique facts and traditions

Easter Celebration in Poland Nagals

Re-living the moments. The original article was posted in April 2021. Easter is tomorrow! Therefore, I want to re-live with you Polish traditions and customs. And while I do the last preparations for tomorrow, I wish you all Happy Easter! Easter celebration in Poland: it is time for some unique facts and traditions. As it is Easter week, the timing couldn’t be better. Two festivals are the most important in Polish culture and traditions: the first one is Christmas (Christmas Celebration in Poland: 11 unique facts and traditions), and the second one is Easter (in the Polish language: Wielkanoc). Yet,...