Polyglot's Challenge Day 6

Scroll down for Polish version./Wersja polska na dole. ENG Those who read me for a while know that I'm taking part in the Polyglot's Challenge to improve my Portuguese and German. I skipped the 5th day because my sector is food and hospitality anyway and I read and hear »

Polyglot's Challenge, days 3 and 4

Scroll down for Polish version./Wersja polska na dole. Eng I wrote earlier that I'm taking part in the Polyglot's Challenge by Madame Polyglot, designed to speed up your language learning. Most of you know already that I'm learning Portuguese and German, with the former being waaaaay easier for me »

Recipe Inspired By Portugal: Vegan, Gluten-Free Carob Muffins

Scroll down for Polish version./Wersja polska na dole. ENG My Favourite Vegan Gluten-Free Carob Muffins As I promised, today I'm sharing with you one of my favourite dessert recipes. For the first sight, the list of ingredients might seem long, but the muffins are easy to make. I got »

Polyglot's challenge

Scroll down for Polish-German version./Wersja polsko-niemiecka na dole. Eng Polyglot's challenge I found a Polyglot's challenge while browsing through the Bloglovin' and I love the idea. Every day, you have to do one of the tasks from the list on the Madame Polyglot's website (unfortunately it's only in Polish) »

Chillout in Bern. Colours and Tastes of the Saturday Market.

Scroll down for Polish version./Wersja polska na dole. Eng. Saturday Market Saturday food market in Swiss capital starts early in the morning under the cathedral. We wake up a bit late, at 10 am and after a quick breakfast, immerse ourselves in the noise, food scents and crowd of »

So how's Vienna? Short Stroll Through the Austrian Capital.

Eng How is Vienna? I guess that would be your first question, so I can tell you that Vienna is huge at the first impression. Smelly. Messy. Dirty. Just like every big city. But the more you immerse yourself in the city ambience, the more beautiful it becomes. The houses, »