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From all the experiences in Colombia, I have to admit, I loved the most learning Spanish in Cartagena. Intense course and interesting activities after classes made my stay in Cartagena memorable. Every day I was studying and later, in the evening, going out with friends met at school or hostel. […]

Learning Spanish in Cartagena, Colombia


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I arrived a bit scared. You hear all those things about danger in Colombia and Medellin itself. I took a bus from the airport and later UBER to the neighbourhood I was going to stay. Here my adventure with learning spanish in Medellin begun. So exciting! Why I decided to […]

Learning Spanish in Medellin, Colombia



Traditional dance in TOraja. 8
Coming to Sulawesi, my main focus was visiting Tana Toraja – fascinating land of death. Thinking what to see in Toraja, I was looking for places connected with culture as well as natural wonders in the region. If you plan on visiting Tana Toraja by yourself, this post will cover […]

Visiting Tana Toraja by yourself


What to see in Sulawesi?
Tana Toraja in Indonesia (South Sulawesi) is often called the land of death. Spectacular funerals in Toraja, boat-shaped houses and old tradition which prolongs life after death are facts that make this place one of the most incredible I have ever visited. Are you curious to know how the funeral […]

The biggest funerals in the world – How to see funerals in Toraja?



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I didn’t know where I was heading and what I am going to see when I entered 23 hours long ferry going deeper into unknown Borneo. Curiosity about the Dayak people from East Kalimantan led me. The cruise was long, scary and it wasn’t sure that all the journey is […]

Meeting the Dayak people in Borneo – journey in East Kalimantan


Orangutans trekking Borneo, Kutai National Park Kalimantan. 10
One of the places to see in East Kalimantan is Kutai National Park with wild orangutans tour and jungle trekking activities. This 200 000 ha rainforest gives shelter to wildlife of Borneo Island, such as orangutans, gibbons, hornbills or proboscis monkeys. Apart from tropical rainforest, it’s also a place to […]

Wild orangutans trekking in Kutai National Park, East Kalimantan



Guide to Derawan Islands, how to get to Derawan Islands? 20
The Derawan Islands near Borneo are undoubtably a piece of paradise with pristine waters and rich marine life. Swimming in a jellyfish lake, watching wild dolphins or hanging out with huge sea turtles were absolutely incredible experiences. I had the feeling that I should pinch myself, to believe what I […]

A practical Guide to Derawan Islands, Indonesia


Togean Islands Sulawesi. Girl on the beach on Walea. 30
Indonesia with over 17 000 islands still has lots of paradise destinations which are far from the hit of mass tourism. One of them is the Togean Islands, Sulawesi, a part of Togean National Park. I stayed there for a couple of days, discovering remote beaches, snorkeling and looking for […]

Togean National Park – Responsible travel guide to Togean Islands



The most popular vew point in Seporna. Snorkeling tour to Bohey Dulang. 19
There are few reasons why Semporna in Sabah, Malaysia was peculiar to me. First of all, I could meet Sea Gypsies or Sea Nomads which is fascinating ethnic group. Secondly, Semporna island hopping took me to the pristine waters and white sand beaches with incredibly rich marine life. I didn’t […]

Pirates & Sea Gypsies – Semporna Island Hopping


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Discovering unique spots in Copenhagen feels the best cycling as the city is the most bike friendly place in the world. Cycling in Copenhagen is as common as eating potato in my hometown. In fact, there are more bikes than inhabitants in Copenhagen and 5 times more bikes than cars. […]

Cycling through unique spots in Copenhagen



Girl in Borneo rainforest, Danum Valley view point in Sabah, Malaysia. 18
Jungle trekking in Danum Valley, Malaysia is the unique thing you can get only in the tropical climate, where the diversity of Borneo’s wildlife stands up close in front of you. The lowlands are one of the world’s most complex ecosystems with lots of endangered species. Several types of birds, […]

Wildlife of Borneo – Jungle trekking in Danum Valley


Borneo rainforest preservation in Kinabatangan River. 18
Those who come to Borneo Island to witness wildlife of the rainforest, will surely get what they seek for on Kinabatangan River Cruise. In fact, it’s the most popular destination for wildlife watching in Sabah, Malaysia. Hundreds of monkeys, birds, monitor lizards, snakes and crocodiles – I felt like inside […]

Kinabatangan River Cruise – incredible yet heartbreaking



Theraphist working at the SPA in Kota Kinabalu with a travel bloger 21
Long-term traveling makes me tired, and sometimes I just need to treat myself and relax. Looking for massage in Kota Kinabalu, I found about Ulu Ulu SPA, and their menu convinced me immediately. In fact, it’s one of the most luxury SPA in Kota Kinabalu, which proudly carries 5 stars […]

Malaysian massage in Kota Kinabalu – Ulu Ulu Spa


Kinabalu National Park. 16
Kinabalu Park is a perfect place for nature lovers. Concluding what to do in Kinabalu Park, I have to admit, it’s not just for the hiking enthusiasts. Even if you are only looking for a place with a stunning view to relax and be close to nature, you will have […]

What to do in Kinabalu Park without hiking Mount Kinabalu



Girl sleeping on the hammock on Managlum Island. 16
As capital of Sabah is not really a spectacular city most of the visitors look for one day tours from Kota Kinabalu to see the nearest attractions. First of all, there are several balmy islands just a short boat ride from Kota Kinabalu. Perfect beaches and snorkeling conditions as the […]

7 one day tours from Kota Kinabalu you should take


Jungle stay in Brunei rainforest. 10
Most of the territory of Brunei Darussalam is a tropical rainforest, and its protection level is one of the best in the world. Responsible tourism in Brunei is trying to preserve virgin rainforest with unique flora and fauna as well as local communities living there. You cannot imagine how big surprise […]

Responsible tourism in Brunei – Sumbiling Eco Village



Polish girl in traditional hut from native people in Luzon, Mountain Province. 12
Not many tourists which visit the Philippines, come to the North to see ancient rice terraces in Banaue. Paddy fields in Banaue most likely done by hands carry over 2 000 years tradition of rice cultivating. I could’t skip this place while in the Philippines and I am going to […]

Why is it worth going to the ancient rice terraces in Banaue?


Echo Valley in Sagada. Hanging coffins of Igorot tribe. 5
The hanging coffins of Sagada are in the north part of the country in the Mountain Province. It’s a unique spot to discover one disappearing tradition in the Philippines. Members of the Igorot tribe bury their dead in a coffin, nailed to the sides of cliff faces high above the ground. […]

Hanging coffins of Sagada – culture trip in the Philippines



Little boat on Lobok river. Responsible tourism guide to Bohol. 39
Those who want to discover nature of Bohol will surely love the lush greenery and wildlife of the island. Writing about responsible tourism in Bohol, I focused on wildlife preservation and ethical choices you can take during your vacations. Bohol Island is a perfect place to admire the nature of […]

Nature of Bohol – Responsible tourism in Bohol


Czekoladowe wzgórza na Bohol, kwiatek w tle. 9
How to travel around Bohol Island, Philippines cheap? Traveling around Bohol by public transport is easy, you just have to know how to use it. No need to spend extra money on expensive tricycles, private vans or taxis. You can get pretty much to all touristic places in Bohol by […]

Traveling around Bohol by public transport