In love with Tatra mountains

One of the first winter walks this year in Polish Tatra mountains was nice and easy, can be easily made in up to 4 hours. Starting from Palenica Bialczanska parking, the blue path leads to Rusinowa Polana and subsequently green one to Gesia Szyja. Even though not as much seen as expected as weather decided to be quite moody, the walk, snow, peace and quiet was all worth it. Love Tatra mountains.

Exploring Poland in Kashubia region

Consisting of many lakes and natural parks, Kashubia (Kaszuby) region in Poland is one of those places where you will manage to completely escape busy city life. With its own distinct culture and language, Kashubia has been on and off under Polish and German influence but manage to preserve its uniqueness. The region is stretching as far as 100km southwest of Gdańsk. Once there you would be surprised by the natural beauty. It is sometimes called Poland’s little Switzerland. Bory Tucholskie National Park can serve as an ideal scenery for a fantasy movie the likes of Lord of the Rings….

Winter and dwarfs in Wroclaw

City weekend away is always a good idea. For two days you manage to do all the “must sees”. Some of the merits any Polish city has to offer in winter are mulled wine, magical christmas market square and feeling of bliss when entering a cosy coffee place or resto after wandering around in low temperatures. What you probably would not get to see anywhere else than Wroclaw is how much dwarfs can take over the city. They are everywhere giving special artistic flavour to the city started as commemoration to anti-communist movement in Poland. Ostrow Tumski is not to be…

Green Thailand

As this year is coming to an end, it’s high time for a small retrospective from what happened at the beginning. As a great trio visit of Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand, the later struck with its beauty of natural resources. Stunning coastlines, reach flora and cultural heritage are attracting more and more tourists each year and will surely take your breath away. Take a glimpse of what Koh Chang, Bangkok and Erewan Waterfalls have to offer. 

Royal Parks Half Marathon preparation – Support UNICEF

It has been quite some time since I posted my last update. It is not because nothing was happening, as I made a number of things happen in a so-called meantime – visited Vienna, London, Cromer, Metz, Nancy and amazing Polish Kashubia region, did Tatra mountains hiking and Nida river kayaking. There is one thing however that kept me busy and continues to keep me busy these days and months – the purpose I feel strongly about, which is much bigger than personal ambitions or desires. Since that purpose was set, there is nothing that counts more than to pursue…