Breath out, breath in. American oxygen

Ok so… I haven’t been writing for along time,I guess I have been so ambitious when i first started blogging, I was like “oh I am gonna describe all my travel adventures, all… Continue reading

Morocco: Rabat

When we planned visiting Morocco as our new tadition of winter getaway we knew that two weeks is both long and short time for this country. Having 14 days we wanted to squeeze… Continue reading

Two weeks in Morocco

For last few years I had my small tradition of spending new year somewhere abroad. It was Berlin, then Vienna, Israel and this year we also wanted to go somewhere but at the… Continue reading

Winter in Cyprus – photo diary

Erasmus in Istanbul was amazing but in January, typically for January, it was snowing, it was cold and I didn’t expect this from Turkey ūüėČ And since our exams were almost over we… Continue reading

Travelling in Turkey: Polonezk√∂y and Riva

Maybe not everyone knows that but in Istanbul (in the suburbs) there is “Polish” village called¬†Polonezk√∂y where about 30% of the inhabitants are people with Polish roots. Nowadays it is mostly touristic area… Continue reading

Travelling in Turkey: Ephesus and Pamukkale

Turkey is a very diverse country. One day you stay in a one of the biggest cities in the world and the other day you can spend in an ancient Greek city or… Continue reading

Travelling in Turkey: Izmir

Istanbul is a fantastic city but I knew that Turkey has so much more to offer so we made another trip two weeks ago. Our main goal was to visit Pamukkale but we… Continue reading

A month in Istanbul

It’s been exactly a month since I arrived to this amazing city but it feels like I’ve lived here for many months already. Here are some observations and my favourite things so far.… Continue reading

Princes’ Islands

Travel, sleep, repeat – we came back from Ankara, took some rest and next morning headed to Princes’ Islands (known as Adalar in Turkish). More than an hour on the ferry, beautiful views,… Continue reading

Ankara during Bayram (plus Yalova)

My classes at Istanbul Univeristy were supposed to start two weeks ago but surprisingly (or not?) I haven’t attanded any courses yet. One of the reasons was Bayram (known as Eid al-Adha in… Continue reading

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