People that surround you influence a lot to the energy that you’re producing. Or is it the other way round – the energy that you’re emitting draws positive or negative people around you. Either way, no matter how much effort you put in positive thinking, if there are energy drainers all around you, it’s a … Continue reading Energize me
Sunday is a perfect day for family gatherings. Such a lovely day, no rush, no urge to be somewhere else, to do something else, but enjoy the moment. I remember living with my parents was almost never fun, we didn’t talk to each other much, let alone eat together or share moments together. My sister … Continue reading The magic of Sundays
The first ayahuasca session was interpreted by the shamans as my fears prevailed and that I should focus more and try to beat them. To be honest I had doubts if it was right decision to do it once again. But I wasn’t ready to give in to my fears, so I decided I would. … Continue reading The time I found my happiness (2nd Ayahuasca experience)
I have written about Bali a couple of times so far and there’s still a lot to say. What is there to make this place so special? When you travel with an agency you’re ready to get everything on a platter, not preparing yourself for the destination, no reading, no investigating. Just following the advice … Continue reading Bali, unforgettable
Angkor Wat is something that almost everyone visits when planning a trip to Cambodia. Undoubtedly once – in – a – lifetime, must – see sight. This trip was my boyfriend’s idea, some of the travelers that he had met on one of his far east trips recommended Cambodia, mostly because of its historical treasure. But what is … Continue reading Siem Reap, the hidden pearl of Cambodia
Do you believe in magic? I believe in magic in the universe. To me that explains a bunch of situations that can not be explained otherwise. Deja vu for example. A feeling that you have been through the moment before and you know how it is going to unfold… Have you asked yourself how does that … Continue reading Mistique in the ruins
Rafting is a recreational outdoor activity that would totally blow your mind! If you have in mind that Bali was the setting, then it is all much clearer what I am talking about. Experience that allows close interaction with nature combined with social moments with your company on board. Our guide was an Indonesian guy, way too … Continue reading Rafting’s so much fun!
One way to spend a perfect afternoon in Kuala Lumpur is to visit the famous Menara Tower (telecommunication tower, Islamic Lunar observatory). Not only does it offer a spectacular 360° view of the city but also has a magnificent restaurant above the observation deck. The floor of the restaurant is moving at a slow pace, … Continue reading Amazing Malaysia – truly Asia
Living in a busy city full of traffic and over crowded in almost every period of the day, makes me long for the nature, its tranquility and peacefulness. This is what this story is about- town forgotten by time, existing on the Cambodian seaside. It is called Kep. We picked up a place to stay that … Continue reading Yet another meditative experience!
After a week spent in Siem Reap, we headed to Sihanoukville by the seaside. We took a night bus and the seats magically turned into beds, so that the journey would feel more comfortable. Regarding the road conditions and driving habits (Cambodian drivers use the horn way too often!), let me just say- it is … Continue reading Cambodian seaside, a fairytail turned to nightmare