Of how Poland ended up being my second home

It’s been half a year since I last went on a proper trip.  Since then, I have only been home for Christmas and I have done a couple of quick weekend getaways to Polish towns I already knew. I feel it’s been too long without writing about trips, so inspired by an article I read … Continue reading Of how Poland ended up being my second home

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A few after-Christmas thoughts

I haven’t written anything since Georgia and Armenia and I just felt like putting into words a few thoughts that have been crossing my mind lately. Spending Christmas home after almost a whole year abroad and knowing that it may be several months before I go back again is quite a thing, even more when … Continue reading A few after-Christmas thoughts

Georgia and Armenia (III): of beautiful landscapes, twisted roads and rain

After a relatively intense first day in Tbilisi I decided to take it easy (see the rhyme? See?) and I spent a whole day walking to Vake Park, chilling there for a few hours and coming back.  I wouldn’t say it’s a must see if you go to Tbilisi, but it is a very relaxing … Continue reading Georgia and Armenia (III): of beautiful landscapes, twisted roads and rain

In the land of all things venomous (II): low-budget excursions

Australia is not only a very interesting place but also a very expensive one. During my stay there I made the mistake of looking for a qualified internship related to my studies. Why mistake? Because, apparently, if you’re a foreigner, finding a non-qualified job is possible, but finding a qualified one is extremely hard. That … Continue reading In the land of all things venomous (II): low-budget excursions