Dracula’s Castle in Bran, Romania

It is really tricky to say, which one of Romanian castles could be named as Dracula’s Castle and the truth is that none of them is his castle. As far as I know, the guy who wrote “Dracula”, was Irish not Romanian and he simply chose the Bran Castle to pretend the Dracula’s Castle  – … Continue reading

Transylvania Calling Festival, Romania ( Transilvania, România )

This year, during my amazing (or our amazing) travel through Romania I had the opportunity to go to the Transylvania Calling psychedelic trance festival. Actually, the entire trip was planed because of the festival, so it was like the highlight of it. Seven days in the deep Transilvanian Forest, on the territory of the National … Continue reading

Bucharest (Bucuresti), Romania

Last year, at the Lost Theory Festival in Croatia, I have met, totally accidentally, some wonderful Polish people, with whom I spent 5 days there – we haven’t seen eachother for a year, but managed to meet again –  this year at the Transylvania Calling Festival in Romania. (My favourite piece, actually our favourite piece … Continue reading

Travemuende on the Baltic Sea, Germany

As mentioned in the post before – I had a nice opportunity to see Travemuende during this holiday. It is nothing very special for someone, who was living at the Baltic Sea for almost 23 years, but still, the beach there, as well as the entire city look very pleasent. I can recommend a one … Continue reading

Karls Erlebnis-Dorf – Roevershagen, Germany

Who said that you can not earn money and have lots of fun at once? Yes, it is November now, but I still hadn’t uploaded pictures from my holiday! When I was planning them in Mai, I thought that I simply need to refuse on some long distance trips, as I had to earn at … Continue reading

HITCHHIKING CHAMPIONSHIPS ’14 /// Sopot, Poland – Piran, Slovenia

Everyone, who’s familiar with the topic of polish hitchhiking championships knows that each year, they’re taking place at the beginning of may, because of the long weekend and feasts, which we celebrate in Poland at this time. Again, why am I writing about those championships at the end of August? I had to write and … Continue reading

Another Parisian classics – Louvre, Sacré-Cœur, Tour l’Eiffel and Arts et Metiers Museum

Most of Parisian or simply French people will puke when you’ll tell them you want them to take you to see Tour l’Eiffel or Louvre. I think I can get them. I’ve spent alltogether almost one month of my life in Paris and I know there are better places to see. Anyway, after 5 days … Continue reading

Cueillette – Chapeau de Paille, Paris, France

Have you ever heard about such a thing as CUEILLETTE? In French it means a crop or harvest, but it also stands for a place, where you can pick fruits and vegetables by yourself! Sort of a farm with a free access for everyone. Depending on a season you can pick whatever is available. When … Continue reading

Île-de-la-Cite , Paris and few words about my agoraphobia

Well, let’s say this post will concern Île-de-la-Cite mostly, though I’m not sure it will – I’m on no account able to distinguish quartiers and arondissments in Paris. I mean, this trip has already been my third one and as the name says  Île-de-la-Cite is literally an island, so I should be able to say whether I’m … Continue reading

Belleville quarter, PARIS, France

So, another visit in Paris : ). I had this wonderful opportunity, that each time I went to Paris it was another time of the year, so I’ve been able to admire Paris during winter, fall and also during spring tight now. I can’t say which of these is most worth going, cause it depends … Continue reading