Friendly Friday: Yellow

For this Friday, one of the hosts of Friendly Friday Photo Challenge, Amanda, has come up with a fun topic. I’ve always loved yellow so the moment I saw this week’s topic, I knew I had to post my collection of yellows. Yellow is such a happy color and I have warm memories from childhood … More Friendly Friday: Yellow

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65 signs that you’ve lived in Poland for too long

I’ve been living in Poland for more than five years, and I’ve found that it is a country that’s either misunderstood or not much known about by foreigners. Poland is still mostly associated with the horrors of war that it endured not very long ago, but after living here for so long, I believe there’s … More 65 signs that you’ve lived in Poland for too long

Launch of some more article apps on GPSMyCity

It’s been a few years since I’ve been collaborating with GPSmyCity that develops self-guided walking tours for multiple cities across the world. Being a travel enthusiast myself who likes exploring places on foot, I thought of contributing some of my blog articles towards a great concept. This time too, two of my blog posts are launching on … More Launch of some more article apps on GPSMyCity

A slow, relaxed summer

This summer has been extraordinary. Warm weather unusually started in April, and has stayed ever since. Even though we’ve been having quite a bit of rain since a couple of weeks, the temperatures are usually around 20 degrees. Due to circumstances, this summer I’ve been mostly home. I need to save my precious annual leave … More A slow, relaxed summer

Slow life in Neil Island, Andaman & Nicobar Islands

The second island destination on our week-long stay in Andaman & Nicobar Islands in India was the smaller, and less popular Neil Island. A government ferry from Havelock jetty took us to beautiful Neil island in two hours. The government ferries, mostly used by locals are a cheap way of traveling between the islands, but … More Slow life in Neil Island, Andaman & Nicobar Islands