Mój paszport leży zakopany w szufladzie pod stosem innych dokumentów. Nie wyciągany już od dłuższego czasu i to wcale nie dlatego, że obecne sytuacja sprawia, że możliwości podróży są ograniczone. Przecież na ogół nawet go nie potrzeba. Wystarczy dowód osobisty, który i tak z rzadka jest sprawdzany. Bo przecież większość granic przekracza się płynnie. Wręcz niezauważalnie. Świat się skurczył, a granice zatarły.
In the evening Porto doesn’t lose its charm. One can say it even looks better. Ribeira, if it’s possible, gets even more crowded and the Ponte Luis bridge looks stunning in the evening lights.
When you fly to Porto your luggage gets the “OPO” sticker because you arrive to “o Porto”. The city seems to be a bit forgotten by the rest of continent and the life flows slower here. The vibe of the ocean gives it a specific atmosphere.
Utrecht is like The Netherlands in a nutshell. You will find here small brick houses, channels, load of galleries and thousands of bikes. The walk might be short but full of breathtaking moments.
Everybody knows that Belgium is the capital of chocolate. Thus, it’s no wonder that one of the biggest Belgic cities looks like a box of chocolates. Inside, after opening the box, you will find a beautiful city that looks like beautifully decorated chic chocolates. The capital of Flanders is filled with small houses that can enchant and give the feeling that we are in some medieval fairy tale.
Down on the west coast of Portugal we got lost several times. But surf trips with a board on the rooftop should be spontaneous. No plans and going off the track define the spirit of it.
I was never planning on going to Budapest until I got one good reason to do so. Though I should have. After all world-famous capitals that I have already visited, Budapest enchanted me no less than Paris.
I have only few hours to explore the city but that that’s perfect. The sun is shining and the city looks dazzling in the sunset light. All cafe places are overloaded with people. Brussel is bustling.
How to dance csárdás, do Polish people really eat dogs for Christmas Eve and why you all pronounce banán wrong in Hungarian?
The massive cathedral and the numerous windmills tower over the beautiful city which is located right by the sea. Palma has nothing to do with the resort city which I have imagined. The Old Town is charming and has a touch of many cultures which the city has experienced. It offers an endless array of galleries, historic monuments and good food.
I would never say that I would like Mallorca. I wouldn’t believe if somebody told me that I would go there. But yet I went I’m absolutely in love with it! Mallorca so much surprised me! Come with me for a short trip through this amazing Spanish island!
Just as real espresso tastes best when drinking slowly on a small square in Italy, the harsh northern countries visited in the winter reveal more of their character and authenticity. The temperature might not be the most pleasant but it gives you a good excuse to drop in somewhere for a coffee whenever you feel like.
And there it was – my very ugly black bike standing at the Boergoensestraat – and me – staring at it proudly not knowing by this time that soon I will have to invest double its worth in the reparations. It might had been love at first sight but we were not supposed to live happily ever after.
* przewiń w dół, aby przeczytać po polsku 🙂 I can come back to Portugal at any time because of the food. It’s always delicious and cheap. It’s not complicated but it always tastes great. A meal at my university’s canteen was roughly 2,5 euros and it consisted of fresh seafood. You could choose…
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