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  • The ultimate guide to studying abroad in Copenhagen

    It’s been a while since the last time I have updated my blog. Usually, I post about my travel journeys and adventures but chances are I will not be travelling any more at the same frequency as I did in the past. The truth is, I have recently moved to Copenhagen to pursue my Masters […]

  • Khao Sok Floating Bungalows Travel Guide

    Before visiting Thailand, a place very high on our bucket list has been Khao Sok National Park. Chances are you probably have seen at least once a video or photo of Cheow Lan Lake since this year many posts went viral. What is even cooler, is the experience of staying at Khao Sok floating bungalows for one […]

  • Ayutthaya day trip Itinerary – Exploring the ancient capital of Thailand

    A city frozen in time There are a few times in life I have been so convinced that I have stepped into a fairytale picture book and suffice it so say that Ayutthaya is one such place I believe magic has occurred. Ayutthaya,(pronnounced as ah-you-tah-ya)  was the magnificent old capital of Siam dating back 600 years making […]

  • Asia Scenic Thai Cooking School – Mastering the art of Pad Thai

    Taking a cooking class in Chiang Mai allowed me to bring one piece of the country and its culture home with me to enjoy for the rest of my life. As a food enthusiast, learning how to make some of the most delicious dishes in thai cuisine turned out to be an invaluable experience. Although […]

  • Chiang Mai jungle trekking and ethical elephant care

    A trip to Thailand wouldn’t be complete without admiring the gentle giants of animal kingdom, would be?  One of the greatest dilemmas I have faced during my trip in Thailand was finding a way to interact with elephants in the most “ethical” way possible. I knew that riding an elephant was something I wouldn’t agree […]

  • Worldpackers Experience- Volunteer in Thailand for free!

    I have always considered cultural immersion as an intangible value by integrating into a community and interacting with local people.It really helps me understanding a country better, see country from a different perspective and get a little bit deeper into a culture. And that’s why I took the decision to volunteer as an English teacher […]

  • Lefkara Village – One of the most beautiful villages in Cyprus!

    After spending some time abroad, I have came to a realization that in Cyprus we have some of the most unique and well-preserved villages in entire Europe – steeped in history that give you the feeling you are traveling back in time. One of these villages and my favorite one is Lefkara, my best recommendation […]

  • Adonis Baths

    Adonis Baths Waterfalls – A tourist trap?

    This is a story of how a local Cypriot fell into the biggest tourist trap on the island and a warning for any unsuspecting “tourists” visiting Cyprus. Guilty me, I didn’t know much about this place before visiting. After a family friend visited us from Poland, she wanted to visit Paphos for a day trip. […]

  • 36 hours in Budapest

    Budapest presents itself as an increasingly modern European city that embraces its rich history and culture. The entire city is filled with glorious architecture, boosts a café culture and has a variety of renewed, Turkish-era thermal baths. It has everything to make it one of the most interesting city breaks in Europe ; It’ has […]

  • Visiting Blue Lagoon in Cyprus

    The first time I have visited the Blue Lagoon Cyprus by boat trip was back in August when we were touring a family friend from Poland. I have always thought that the boat trips in Cyprus were meant to be used only by “tourists” so It was a big no. Eventually, I was keep hearing […]

  • Barcelona Bucket list: 50 Things to do in Barcelona

    Anyone who has visited Barcelona before will tell you that the city is a traveler’s dream. Everything you could possibly hope for a city break is wrapped up in one. There’s art, stunning architecture by the incredible Gaudi, the beach, parks, awesome spots with breathtaking views, world class food culture and a buzzing nightlife. In […]

  • Memoirs from Morocco – a unique experience

      Even If it’s been almost two years since I flew from Spain to Morocco, it left me with lasting sense of awe and changed my perspective about how I see the world. It’s one thing to see a country in photos and documentaries and something completely different to experience a country with your own […]

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