Seriously, who is thinking about travelling during coronavirus lockdown? All these lists of road movies, best travel books, inspiration and bla bla bla who is interested in it now? Should I watch other countries’ attractions to make me cry and upset about being stuck at home? Or should I do something that makes a change,… Continue reading Screw travel, let’s garden!
El Salvador is a small country with access to the huge ocean. The coast is famous for good surfing conditions with world class right hand point breaks and budget travelling. There are three main surfing spots in El Salvador: El Zonte, El Tunco and El Coco, I managed to check out the first two. The… Continue reading Surfing in El Salvador: El Zonte or El Tunco
The Sunday before Easter is called Palm Sunday, because entering into Jerusalem, Jesus was greeted by the crowd with the palm leaves – the sign of a victory. In Poland, symbolic ‘palms’ are usually prepared of willow branches with catkins and adorned with evergreen leaves, dried flowers, and ribbons. They are tall and colorful. Nowadays… Continue reading Customs for Palm Sunday in Poland
Bacalar is a laid back town in Yucatan, by the lake of the same name, which looks like the sea due to it’s turquoise water. The blue lagoon provides plenty of activities, it’s surrounded by green mangroves far from the madding crowd. In town there are many choices of small hotels, family run restaurants and… Continue reading Bacalar Lagoon is a top holiday destination in Mexico
I always travel with a 30 liters backpack and a small handbag even if I travel for a couple of months. In this article you will find tips on how to pack to tropics. I don’t want to waste your time, I guess you are busy enough preparing for a holiday, so I will not… Continue reading What to pack for the tropics