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East Side Gallery in Berlin

Who doesn’t love Berlin? The incredible multi-culti city with so much to offer. Each time I vist the German capital I barely have time to do sighseing. Therefore it took me 5 trips to finally see a cool site I always wanted to visit – the East Side Gallery in Berlin. It’s about 1,5 km of the Berlin Wall covered with various artworks. Some of it funny, some of it sad and most of it making you think – about the past, about mistakes that should never be repeated and about the future, which looks quite bright and colourful actually. Continue reading East Side Gallery in Berlin

Chaos and Sacredness in holy Varanasi, India

India has frequently tested my patience, my tolerance and my idea of common sense. But after 5 months of working and several weeks of travelling in this amazing country, I considered myself rather resistant to culture shocks. And then my friend E. and I arrived in VaranasiContinue reading Chaos and Sacredness in holy Varanasi, India

Uros Islands on Lake Titicaca

Why do people in the XXIst century decide to live on self-made reed islands in the middle of a lake? Well I don’t think it’s because the views. But the question remained interesting, so I decided to find the answer by visiting the Uros Islands on lake Titicaca in Peru. Continue reading Uros Islands on Lake Titicaca

Island hopping in El Nido, Philippines

Secret Lagoon, Secret Beach, Hidden Beach – just a few names of the places you visit during one of the island hopping tours in El Nido. Names promising something magical and spectacular. And trust me, they keep their promise! Among all my travels, this was the time when I felt closest to paradise. Paradise and… hell at the same time… Continue reading Island hopping in El Nido, Philippines

Caballos de Paso in Trujillo, Peru

A long long time ago, in 1532 to be precise, Francisco Pizarro brought a certain breed of horses from Europe to recently conquered South America. Those horses moved in a four-beat gait called paso llano. Over the next 400 years their Peruvian breeders put some significant effort into creating an amazing breed, currently protected by the government in Peru and declared a cultural heritage. Caballos de paso. Continue reading Caballos de Paso in Trujillo, Peru