Z ogromną przyjemnością mogę podzielić się wiadomością, że mój MOTO felieton został opublikowany na łamach MotoRmanii i cały tekst można znaleźć tutaj. Co zrobić kiedy jesteś na Bali gdzie jedyny rzetelny środek transportu to skuter? Nauczyć się jazdy na skuterze! Kiedy kilka miesięcy temu zdecydowałam się zanurzyć w głąb Azji, przez głowę przeleciało mi,… Read More MotoLove na Bali
If you ever wonder if there is one tavern in Greece that is a cut above the others, I can help you: there is. It’s called the New Mill Tavern. Love at first sight. When I came to Paleros in 2002, I saw a curious sign “New Mill Tavern” in a couple of places. For… Read More The Best Tavern In Greece
When I was crossing the Indonesian border in July, I started queuing for a paid visa but an immigration officer saw my EU passport and directed me straight to the immigration desk. Not knowing the difference, I skipped the paid Visa-On-Arrival and got stamped with a free one instead. What’s the difference between them? As… Read More 5 Great Things To Do In Taipei
When I got my ticket to Taipei, I wasn’t aware that I’d have the most amazing guide to take me around the city. My friend, Pengshian, lives there and she’s a real, 100% Taipei lady. When she said that she’d take me around the place, I was happy. But when she added I could stay… Read More Pray at the Longshan Temple, Taipei
A village in Bali Canggu? Okay, there’s lots of tourists here alright (yes, “digital nomad” is just a fancy word used nowadays instead). Our presence changed the face of many places forever and Canggu is one of such destinations. From a quiet, agricultural village to a hip surfer town. Well, maybe not a town just… Read More Living In An Art Gallery: The Street Art Of Canggu, Bali
One day, when I was browsing through the Facebook feed, a notification from an old friend of mine popped up. Antonio invited me to a meditation retreat in Greece. Yay for Greece! Yay for meditation! The little pop up engaged my attention for the next couple of hours as I researched a practice called Vipassana,… Read More Learning Mindfulness In Greece
Be careful what questions you ask Lynda because the next thing you know, you’ll be taking part in a Balinese cremation ceremony. After a few days of driving around Bali, I realised that I haven’t seen any cemeteries. Nor anything that could pass as such. Excited by the big realisation, I asked my Balinese friends… Read More What Do The Balinese Do With The Departed?
My archaeological instincts take over yet again Although I realise that Ireland is a magical place, it has never been high on my travelling destinations list. However, when a very cool friendship took me in that direction, I was psyched that I’m gonna discover this legendary land. I travelled to Galway full of hope and… Read More You’ll Always Want More Of Inis Mór
When in Bali… Do as the Balinese do. Turns out, they go rafting. Great news for me! I’ve always enjoyed watching rafting on TV but never had a chance to do it. I guess the sport was just waiting for the right moment and the right moment came with Lynda.
A very special dig One of the best things of working with the archaeological expedition from the University of Warsaw was that its leader was of the very understanding kind. He knew that he was working with a bunch of – hm… – loose people and allowed us to be this way as long as… Read More Where Will You Find The Best Beer Ever?