I have to admit it – I got stuck. I got used to the convenience of a corporate life and regular income. I fell into the sweet trap of fancy meals, nights out and long weekend citybreaks – all in exchange for hours and days spent in the office. But my spirit was suffocating… I … More Becoming a yoga teacher in India
It’s been a while since I devoted any attention to this virtual piece of my existence, however, while the blog was quiet my mind wasn’t. I have been carefully observing the world around me, listening to people, their ideas and experiences, and put together some of the pieces (mine and theirs) that I would like to … More Reflections
“I want to eat your pussy.” I choke. … Standing there, in the elevator, somehow trapped, I looked in the eyes of my host, my brows knitted. “Oh, god.” I pushed against the wall of the elevator as if I wanted to escape the place. The thoughts were rushing through my mind, dissolving in a big blurred … More My most bizarre Couchsurfing moments – or dos and don’ts while landing on someone else’s couch
So it has been some time since I am back in Europe. Working hard to save some money, I am always happy to grab a chance and run away from the gray working reality to my lovely and colorful traveling world. This time, I used my weekend off to set for an adventure in Berlin. … More “Experiment Berlin”
After my last article, I got dozens of messages where you were asking me how I managed to stay 4 months on the roads without getting broke. First, let me tell you this – Well done, amigos! Asking me about the financial matters clearly means we are making a progress from the level „I just can’t do it,“ … More Travelling on Budget – How to spend 4 months on the road without becoming a financial broke
,So this is Peru.’ I thought to myself sleepily looking out of the window of a bus. Entering the 5th country of my trip, I could barely keep my eyes opened. Crossing borders became a part of the routine and even though it normally used to speed up my level of adrenaline, now it became more of … More Peru – Diary from Wonderland
Honestly, I don’t even remember when the idea of traveling alone hit my mind. I mean… It IS a bit irrational. You have got so many options to make yourself a happy “not-a-solo” traveler. For example, you can take your boyfriend on a romantical adventure full of love and unforgettable experience that even your grandchildren will talk about. Or … More Diary of Solo Traveler 1: Why traveling alone is the best decision you can make.