When I stopped writing 2 years ago I wished I would have had an opportunity for visiting Malta. This was postponed for many reasons – no money, no holiday at work, social anxiety (yes, I do not love crowds), being not sure how I would handle high temperatures and so on and so on and so on… I made it though, in low season, for a fraction of high season cost, in unpredictable, sometimes heavy weather, but… this was a marvellous week that I will remember for a very long time!
I know this topic is present virtually everywhere now. And I am absolutely not surprised. Especially here in Europe, where no one really expected that we would be hit so hard. Today I would like to tell you how it looks like in my country, Poland, and why you not only should not travel to Poland, but also – you are not really able to.
During the times of Coronavirus pandemic you need to find some things you can do outside of your typical, outdoor, activity. I do not come to the office (working from home), I spend most of time watching TV, cleaning, reading, cooking etc. But I kind of forgot about the pleasures that writing gave me for many years. I am coming back after almost 2 years of silence, but this time I will start with something personal. Something that can be shocking for some, but will surely explain where was I when I was off
Today, I would like to show you some small “photo-walk” that I did in Warsaw over the past few days. I never put enough attention to lots of very nice churches in the city. And I must admit that they are really stunning and they are almost everywhere.
When I told to some of my friends at work that I have decided to come to Polish seaside at the beginning of March, they asked me if I am crazy or stupid. They did not know though that I simply needed some rest from what I have in a crowded city on a daily basis. And yes, my vacation was boring as hell. But also – the best I could choose out of all the options.
Did you know that on some Sundays you might have some problems with shopping in Poland? At the beginning of March 2018, Sunday trade ban was introduced for stores in the whole country. This change does not apply to all Sundays yet, but soon it will be applicable to every Sunday. If you are visiting Poland or you are in a desperate need of buying some stuff on Sunday while in Poland – here are some useful tips for you!
Hello after more than one year! Really, one year. No writing, no travels, no nothing. I feel very bad about it but as April arrived, I decided to explain a little bit why I was not here and what happened with my blog. It was partly inspired by some of you! Read more about it later.