I love the logic of airports…. And how Brussels airlines are, well, so Belgium with their adorable security video and being late all the time… The the flight from Warsaw to Brussels was pretty uneventful, owing mostly to the fact that well it was still night and I craved sleep. However, with the bad … Continue reading Malaga
Sri Lanka - Day 3 (Our first bus ride, a temple, shady restaurant, and a lovely evening) You know find us on day three of sweltering humid heat. No, I am not complaining. At all. I swear. Well today we set off for Dambulla after a lovely breakfast at our favourite place. A Tuk Tuk … Continue reading Sri Lanka – Dambulla
Adam's Peak, a 2,243m tall mountain in Sri Lanka, a pillgrimmage for a wide variety of religions. At the peak you find a sacred footprint that the Buddhists believe is the footprint that Buddha left behind when he touched upin Earth, for the Hindu's it is that of Shiva, and for the Abrahamic religions, Adam … Continue reading Sri Lanka – Adam’s Peak
Now, there are not many things that make me squeal like a little girl with joy. Seeing a Backstreet boy, merry-go-rounds, finding 5zl in an old pair of pants all fall into that category. Yet last Saturday a special plane from Rome landed at Warsaw Chopin Airport with a a precious package: my shaggy-haired Matt. … Continue reading A frazzled Matt, sunny Europe and joyful Ginger Part 1. Otherwise known as how Matt came to Poland and Dom was ecstatic
The day began with some trepedation - well that's a lie, in reality we were quite happy. Our little group of 7 was going on an adventure!
This ones a long one... We arrive in Colombo early, well with a 60-minute delay anyway, at 7am. After getting confused by how the Negombo* airport worked, exchanged some quick cash, we slowly made our way out of it. We're Polish, so not exactly flush with cash to tell you the truth (ok, bear … Continue reading Sri Lanka – Part 2 (Negombo – Dambulla)