Hello everybody! Another day, yet another haul…haha. I love grocery hauls and I also love shopping for the different types of food and meals in all the countries I visit. So here…here is a brief Polish one. Do you know this great caramel chocolate bar called Twix? Well, this is a spread made of it, […]Read More Grocery haul from Poland!!
Hello everybody! I’m sorry for not posting anything for almost a month, but so much have been going on! Many positive and negative situations appeared, I almost lost one great friend, had some mental breakdowns etc etc. But today…after I found out I suffer from rheumatism…I’m finally back, probably (and hopefully) stronger than ever before […]Read More I’m back!
I’m really sorry for not posting much in the past weeks, but I don’t feel well. I hope I will be able to compensate it to you soon.Read More I’m sorry
A wise man once said that it’s not about the destination. It’s about the journey that gets you there, about the progress you make while trying to push your limits. When Armin van Buuren started off with his first Armin Only show in 2005, nobody knew it would become as big as it is today. […]Read More The misunderstood beauty of Armin’s orchestral work Overture
Hello everybody! Located just few kilometres off the centre of quite large Italian municipality of Livorno, this beautiful village with even more gorgeous beach will offer you more than just good conditions for bathing throughout the day and partying all night long. Or basically…woala, my obsession with sunsets.Read More Sunset in Mazzanta, Italy
Hello everybody! Pizza, spaghetti, and gelato are delicious – but they only scratch the surface of Italy’s diverse culinary offerings. With countless regional dishes and an impressive panoply of street food, it’s a disservice to limit yourself to the typical tourist diet. Here are some terrific, less known Italian dishes you need to try on […]Read More 17 Italian Meals You Have To Try
Hello everybody! In the age of the Renaissance, Tuscany was the center of the Western World. Its towns and cities grew insanely wealthy from a dense network of trade routes that spanned the Mediterranean and continental Europe. Florence, Sienna and Pisa are home of some of the most iconic architectural and artistic marvels of Italy. […]Read More San Gimignano
Another grocery haul woohoo! This time I bring you a few treats from Lidl Italia typical for this country that you really cannot leave out while passing by. Panna Cotta with caramel…oh gosh, this thing is unbelievably tasty. It tastes great also with raspberry topping Chocolate mousse…surely worth of trying.. I haven’t […]Read More A couple of tweaks from Italian Lidl
Hello everybody! If you have time to see only one hill town while you’re in Tuscany, Volterra gets my vote. What? Not San Gimignano? Well, San Gimignano is nice for those who love huge crowds of foreign tourists surging through cramped streets…These days, until the furor dies down, the most beautiful thing about San Gimignano […]Read More Volterra
well…yeah, hahaRead More This can be found only in Italy