Krakow, the untouched city

After spending time in krakow, the differences compared to Poland’s capital are highly noticeable. 

The city of Krakow, one of Poland’s older cities. Dating back to the 7th century, this city has always been a culture center for the country. 

Many of the city’s buildings, have been untouched nor modernised. Opposed to Warsaw, the city lost it’s soul due to the war, Krakow still has it’s roots. At times, you would feel as if the buildings bleed out history.  Almost as if, they want to tell you thier story. 

I just had to add food on this post. Best sausages ever!!!! Kielbasa was the only Polish food, I truly enjoyed. 

 Thank you for taking your time to read this post. Next week, it will be very emotional. We will be in Auschwitz. Have a great week and stay healthy. Much love!!

Keep moving forward, my life’s story

So, I have been wanting to do this for some time now. I wanted to write about my life to inspire others. Never really thought my life was interesting; until, a friend told me to start a blog. That blog became this. In this blog, I have written about the good times of me traveling the world. Life was not always great for me. There were times, I did not think my life was worth living. My teenager years were rough. I will share these events in my life, so it can inspire you to see a better future. There is always a light at the end of the tunnel. Also, no matter how hard life gets, keep a smile on your face. 
So, I grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. During my childhood, my household was the average upper middle class family. My parents were both college educated. Everything was perfect, until the economy crashed down. Life became hard and money was not in abundance. That this time, my grandpa had fallen ill. He was on his last days. We could only afford one ticket at that time. My mother got to see her father scream my name, as he lost the will to live. At that moment, I made a promise to myself to always have some money leftover to travel when needed. 

A few years past, my friends and I saved up money to travel. The first place we went to was Panama. During this trip, my passion for travel was born. These friends, helped my start my first business. 

To not bore you all, all these negative events in my life became postive. In life, you must make the best out of any situation. I now own two businesses, have traveled to over 16 countries and four continents. Life gets better and remember to smile. That smile might help someone with thier hardships. 

Thank you for taking your time to read this!  Next time we will continue my travels in Poland. Love you all! Have a great week and stay healthy! 

Hiking on the outskirts of Warsaw

After touring Warsaw, we were invited to a hike on the outskirts of Poland’s capital. Naturally, we all jumped on the opportunity. The city life was losing it’s appeal. 

Poland’s countryside had such a mellow atmosphere. The people were much more friendlier than the city folk. When we were tired, one family invited us to thier home. Unfortunately, we had decline because we only had a certain amount of free time.

The countryside of Poland reminded me of a few Disney movies. There were times, I expected snow white to come out and sing. The beautiful scenery and the occasional train passing by, makes you look at the world in such a wonderful light.

The picture above is how the Polish take hikes (even without snow).

Thank you for taking your time to read this post. Sorry for not being able to post last week. I had my wisdom tooth pulled out.  Also, stop by my friend’s facebook page. She is an artist and showed me around Cairo. She is a good hearted person. Check out her art! Have a next week and stay healthy!!!

Warsaw, a city of history and a bad memory

After a 2 hour flight from Denmark, we arrive at Warsaw, Poland. This city was breathtaking and bleeding with modern history. A city that was once torn apart because of war, has bounced back to become a  gobal metropolis.

From the Russians to the Germans, Warsaw has seen a lot violence. A lot of the local art, reflects it’s history.

The part of Warsaw we were staying in, the buildings were new. The area was hit by Nazism during World War two and was left in ruins.  Most buildings now, are high-rises. We did not really get to see true Polish architecture. Well, at least not in Warsaw. 

Trying Polish food was very interesting. Some of the foods were not to my liking and others were amazing. Right now, I will focus on the dish that was not so favorable. 

The Polish love soup! The one soup, I regret trying, was mushroom soup. The picture above is the monstrosity. It’s as good as it looks, probably worse. I could not take the taste out of my mouth afterwards. Unfortunately, this taste well forever be engraved in memory. 

Thank you for taking your time to read this post. Sorry for being a little late this week.  Open Wifi in Cairo, is not an easy find. Next week we will be taking a nice hike on the outskirts of Warsaw. We will see real Polish architecture! Stay safe and much love! 

Denmark without the Vikings

Denmark, the land of the Vikings. If you think Denmark is only about Thor, then you are mistaken. There are parks to sleep in. 

After a 9 hour overnight flight, we landed in Copenhagen, Denmark. Tried and confused, we walked outside the airport. We had a six hour layover. Layovers are wonderful, if you see it as an opportunity to have a new country or city added to your itinerary for the price of one. 

Denmark, to our surprise, is very green. Also, the country had a very relax atmosphere. People we were not in a rush. The parks were not filled with people. Streets and cross ways had few to no people. 

The picture above is how you enter a park in Denmark. Part of our group played American football; while, I took a nap. 

The airport looks like an automatic gun. 

Denmark is a beautiful country. A country that I will revisit in the future. This country has a lot to offer and you will not be able to see it all in one day. 

Thank you so much for reading! I love you guys! Next week we will be in Poland. Have a great week and stay healthy. 

Thank you and I’m back

Hello!! Just wanted to say thank you for reading my posts. I love you all.  We reached over a 1000 followers!!! 

Just came back from Europe. Will return to the regular posting next week. Also, heading to Cairo during Eid. Can’t wait to share you all my experiences. You all will love it!

Stay safe!! Have a great week!