I don't know if you know "Eat, Pray, Love". Some might say it is a chick book, and maybe it is, even though I don't know how an autobiographic story could possibly be a chick book. However, I read it a few years ago in Morocco, and I'm s... read more
I grew up with a grandma telling stories about her home in Silesia, about cows and fields and chicken hatchlings... but also about expulsion and flight, about starting all over again. This month, my childhood stories got alive, as we re... read more
Just came back from a weekend trip to Prague and I have to say: AMAZING! You're walking on cobblestones, crossing a medieval bridge, breathing in centuries full of history and, above everything, there is Prague Castle, the biggest castl... read more
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For the past ten days I've been teetering on the brink of eating fish. And cheese. I wish I could say it was easy after all this time, but our first Portuguese summer holiday "after" came with a lot of struggles for me. There was the br... read more
After three days of dazzling sunshine, British Columbia has finally remembered that it is supposed to be rainy and foggy. Now you are able to recognize all the places from the x-files (insert title melody). The fog over the rainforest (... read more
Greetings from British Columbia! I'm currently lying in my hostel bed, my feet hot and heavy after a day of walking around. Most awesome thing today? Spotting wild black bears next to the highway. Second awesome thing today: Sitting on ... read more
First and foremost, Edinburgh is a wonderful city surrounded by an amazing countryside and we had a splendid time! This has been my first time traveling as a vegan (I had my last piece of cheese in Croatia last October), and I relied ... read more