Whoa! A whole page about me! How modest! :)

The Luckiest Girl in the World

Iran, Persepolis. The Luckiest Girl in the World

Hey lovey people, my name is Marysia,

also known as The Luckiest Girl in the World.

Born and raised in Poland. According to the Urban Dictionary, country of the most intelligent people in Europe, the hottest girls and the only nation in the history who took over Moscow City! I know, wow! :)

According to me. A beautiful homeland. A base where my family live and where I can always come back when bored of my travels! Spend few days in a total countryside. Horse-riding, vodka drinking and repacking while bracing for my next adventure!

It took me a while to understand what my real passion in life is. I have studied to be a lawyer. Took a degree in fashion design. Lived and partied in Spain and England. Whole my life I had an ‘on and off’ affair with art, hand-made decorations and restyling furniture. I love foreign languages. I had fun working for an entertainment news agency. But those were typical romances. Amorous. Even concupiscent but always, after a while, I was burned out. I needed a new fling. A change.

Traveling gives me all that! A constant change. A new fling every few weeks. No monotony (Not counting airport procedures ha ha ha). Beautiful memories. Possibility to learn and grow. To challenge myself. Stretch my limits and foster appreciation of both: the world at large and little things back at home.

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Thailand, Travel The Luckiest Girl in the World

It all started back in 2008. Not that I didn’t travel before. I actually did quiet a lot from 2005. But 2008 was a breaking point of my life. My best friend Miss Famous Tennis Player and I decided to go for a trip to Asia. Combining Thailand, Cambodia and Laos.

Seven people. Two months and one of the craziest escapades in my life. Traveling. Exploring. Tasting. Drinking. Having fun. Indulging totally. Phone off. Email out of reach. And our ‘guide’! An amazing man who spend decades traveling in Asia. He knew every little back street. The best food stands. Monks. Officers and the party places. His motto was ‘See you at breakfast at 6am’. As Spanish would say ‘Ese tío está loco’!

After two months everybody went home. While Miss Famous Tennis Player and I travelled to Koh Tao to become professional divers. We were crying like babies on the bus back to Bangkok.

I didn’t sleep whole flight back home. I was thinking. Digesting last two months. When we landed in Warsaw I had a clear plan in my head. I’m quitting everything. Not that I had much to quit – no bf, no work, no obligations. So I start to travel the world.

Traveling became my biggest love, my passion, and my addiction. It grew to be a big part of me. There is nothing (work, marriage or kids) and nobody (I had a fair share of crappy partners in my life. Starting from Mr. Married through Mr. Narcissus, Mr. Blue Bird and Mr. Wrong. Believe me, I have NO idea how I meet those ‘cases’.) that is more appealing to me than travel at the moment. But you never know what may happen. So if you are a handsome rugby player. Feel more than free to email me! Ha ha ha

But seriously, after years of indecisiveness now I can take my Little Black Book out and show you a list of Top 10 Lovers of the Luckiest Girl in the World. 

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1. Travel – Anywhere, anytime until I will travel the world. Everything you can see on this blog and much more!

2. Books – I read constantly. All the time, any place. I’m old school, I like paper books. Something I can smell. Close when I get upset or hold when I’m alone in the restaurant. My favourite authors are Hornby, Nichholls, Franzen, Kelman, Stockett, Parkin, McEwan, Parsons, Hamsun, Gaardner, Djian, Houellebecq, Thomas, Salinger, Schmitt, Eugenides, Foer, Oz, Shalev, Murakami, Pilch, Cortazar, Fitch, Mccullers, Whorton, Delerm, Lee, Kundera, Gallego, Mann, Ogawa, Jacobson, Lanchester, Cleave, Coetzee, Phillips, Moyesm, Steinbeck, Jonasson. And the best of the best Marquez!

3. Shoes – I love them all! Heels. Flats. Boots. Sandals! Colorful. Sexy and extravagant. Ok! I love handbags as well. Especially those, which cost a small car or a monthly salary of a high city banker! Oh well, what to do?! I’m just a woman! But no worries, I still prefer to spend those money for some spectacular travels :)

4. Food – I’m a total foodie. From high-end Michelin starred restaurants in Geneva to little whole-in-the-wall in Santa Barbara selling best tacos ever! Currently I’m crazy for Oslo, Tel Aviv and Zurich. Main reasons of my fondness are food and restaurants! My favourite cuisine is Japanese! I love sushi. I’m addicted to it! Maybe that is why I want to travel to Japan so much. To eat sushi for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks! :)

5. Fine wine – I love wine. RED wine to specify. I like it dry, full-bodied, silky texture and excellent acidity. Bordeaux is always my first choice, what can I say?! I always had a fondness for French! I like some reds from Israel, New Zealand and Napa but Old World is definitely my weakness. Recently I’m having a little affair with Barolo from Gaja. But French will always have my heart!

6. Art – Modern and contemporary exhibitions always catch my eye. My favourites are Dali, Picasso, Klimt, Munch, Derain, Gauguin, Schiele, Kupka, Kirchner, DeChirico, Tanguy, Chagall, Magritte, Miro, Kandinsky, Matisse, Picasso and Van Dongen.

7. Diving – From my very first dive I totally felt for it! I started in Thailand. But been diving in Easter Island, Turkey, Jordan, Oman, Egypt, Israel and many others! I dive when I can and where I can. Sometimes just for two days on the normal trip, but very often I organize special diving trips and do exploring on the side.

8. Horse riding  Same as diving it gives me a sensation of total freedom. My parents have horses so I can ride every single time when I’m back at home! From other sports I like skiing as well. I started only few years ago but I’m more and more into it with every season. Oh, and can’t forget sailing. I think everything that gives freedom and fair dose of adrenaline I’m in! Extreme sports?! Paragliding, bungee jumping, sky diving?! Yeah! Bring it on!

9. Music – I’m not a big expert but music is very important to me. I take it very personally. Have my favourites for all kind of moods from happiness to laziness. Music calms me down. Allows me to switch off, but as well lift up my mood and energy level. Helps me to fall asleep and wake up. I can’t imagine life without my iPod! La, la la, la la la, la :)

10. Photography – I appreciate photography a lot. But in opposite to my taste for colorful painting, photography have to be black and white only. My favourite are Newton, Clergue, Kenna, Erwitt, Cartier-Bresson, Bailey, Avedon, Penn, Doisneau, Klein, Sieff, Horst, Boubat, Weston, Gomis and Arbus.

There is many others things which I adore like theme parties, cleaning (yes I’m a bit OCD, ok a lot) but the Top 10 above are the ones which make me a happy person. To be frank and honest I always have a smile on my face as I’m a total optimist and the luckiest Girl in the World, but those things makes my life beautiful!

Jet setting vs Off the beaten The Luckiest Girl in the World

Morocco, Essaouira The Luckiest Girl in the World

Weather taking off with a backpack to India for three weeks. Traveling in Spain for a half of a year. Popping into Mexico City before exploring Easter Island. Spending a week in fancy Seoul. Partying my night away in Beirut or eating a delicious hummus in JaffaI’m always open to adventure.  

Doesn’t matter if I’m currently jet-setting (OsloNYCZurich) or exploring some off the beaten path destination (KazakhstanBeninJordan, Iran). I always dedicate my time and energy to unconventional exploring the world in search of amazing people, unique places and immersing stories. You can read them all here, or at least those who are appropriate to be published online.

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“Traveling is like flirting with life. It’s like saying, ‘I would stay and love you, but I have to go; this is my station.” – Lisa St Aubin de Teran

115 thoughts on “Whoa! A whole page about me! How modest! :)

  1. suraj sharma

    I have been on your website for the last 2 hours, feeling very inspired by all of your posts and love for travel. I originally found your post on Big Sur and will be going on a coastal photography trip with a buddy in a couple weeks. Anyway, amazing website you two!! : ) SO COOL!!

  2. Deepak B

    HI Marysia, very inspiring to read about you. I also love traveling..

  3. Wonderful life you are leading,most welcome to our country whenever you plan to travel..!
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  4. What an interesting girl you are! i believe I have been cast from the same mold. I also love to travel Prague is on my bucket list.
    I have started a new website called betterpaintings.com and I am searching for a name for my online photo business and I also own betterposters.com which is not up yet.
    Anyways my intention for the year is to take a lot of photos buy more paintings and travel and have fun along the way !!!

    Wishing you the best,
    Richard St Cyr

  5. Readytogo!!!

    My first solo trip and my first destination will be Poland:) Its great to read about happiness and freedom:)

  6. Fayaz Pasha

    Vow vow! From Twitter I happened to drop in here and fascinated reading about your travel experiences. You are truly blessed and luckiest to visit so many places. Wish I could too.

    Have a blessed day.

  7. Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award!

    […] Alex of Alex in Wanderland 2. Hannah of Further Bound 3. Rachel of Hippie in Heels 4. Marysia of My Travel Affairs 5. Torre of The Fearful Adventurer 6. Stephanie of The Travel Chica 7. […]

  8. nir

    Hi Marysia,

    I saw you were in KZ a while back, and we just got back from there. In fact, we kinda did most of the sites you had visited as well. We also went glacier hiking in KG and culture/site seeing in UZ. I see you are now in TLV. Give me a shout, we can meet for beer. I also know some really good shashlik places here, and several other restaurants which are great food for not too much money.

    • I’m not in Tel Aviv at the moment :) Sorry! Glad to hear you enjoyed KZ, great country, would love to be back. Connect with me on social media and I will give you a shout when in TLV again!
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  9. After all our chatting on Instagram if finally got around to contacting you here. I notice you love Japanese food. Well I lived there for 5 years and visit every year or so. My blog has a number of posts based on it and would be happy to give you tips and hints of places to visit. Perhaps put you in touch with people who would show you around? Let me know and keep going with your fab blog.


    • Oh Gav all of this sounds great, I might be going to Japan next year so of course I will be bothering you about those contacts :) 5 years? I’m so so jealous!! And hey thanks for making all this way from Instagram here! Much appreciated! I guess today I will be reading your blog and dreaming about Japan!
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  10. Hi Marysia, Thanks for following me on twitter. I have to say wow, what an amazing blessed life you lead. It excites me to read about your travels because this is my goal. I love to travel as does my husband, but unfortunately at this moment we are tied with a mortgage, work etc. However, I recently became an Independent Consultant for an amazing network marketing company and one of the reasons for doing so is time and financial freedom which I know I can achieve, so watch this space, I may meet you on your travels one day. If you are ever heading to Nova Scotia let me know. Or Scotland because I can give you some hints and tips. Cheers, Laura

    • Hello Dear Laura,

      Thank you for checking my blog from Twitter, it is nice to hear that people are actually really interested! Thank you for all your kind words and I totally understand you, travel is live, at least for me! It is good to hear that you are making your dreams to become reality! You go Girl!

      As of Nova Scotia, I have heard some amazing things about this region, would love to visit! Who knows, maybe one day! And hey ut would be so cool to catch up somewhere around the world when you will start travelling, let’s stay int ouch about it!

      Take care, Marysia
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  11. […] not be getting into details of what I like and where I’m living. You can read more about me here, when you will have few extra minutes to […]

    • Well there are great mountain areas and also great small villages. Definetely you should visit Transilvania and Dracula’s Castle. And eat “mici” some sort of sausages but DELICIOUS! Also drink some “TUICA”.

  12. Iuliana Papuc

    I just found you on Twitter and arrived at your About Me page. Great writing, great experiences and seems that you live life at the fullest! But there is this question that came into my mind – At the beginning and later on, how did you make the money to travel all around the world? You mentioned a few times that you did not had a job at all. I appreciate your answer and definitely I will follow your post.
    P.S We are close neighbours , I am from Romania, but live in Mexico :)

    • Hello Dear, thank you for your comment and stopping by :) I never said I had no job, I had a job which I quit to travel the world! I have mentioned many times that I have invested my money in two little companies that pay me a dividend every year, it is not a fortune but I do not have kids, apartment, any obligations like that so it is enough for travels, and my blog brings some little money. Of course if I would like to buy an apartment, have a car etc etc I would have to go back to work I guess! I will be going to Romania in few weeks, do you have any advices for me?
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  13. Shu Hangsheng

    Dear Luckiest Girl in the World,

    I was checking life in Benin and finding my way into your blog. I think it is a great page. Hope to see more of it.


  14. I am new to your blog and to the blog world (thank you for following me on twitter ;))!
    And I am very curious to what you are going to write and show more (but first I will read all your posts)


    • Hey Girl, thank you for your nice words and yes Titter is cool for finding new people to follow :) There will be more posts from Finland, Sri Lanka and Iran coming soon :)
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  15. […] many, as I’m known as The Luckiest Girl in the World but I had a terrible experience in Armenia back in 2013 when the owner of the hotel I have been […]

  16. Farzad

    Hi Marysia
    My name is Farzad from Iran and I have seen your post in “Iran is great” site.
    I do not ant to annoy you but I have few questions!
    1. I think the first picture of this page was taken in “Nghsh Rostam”( Marvdasht,Shiraz). Am I right?
    2. When you were in Iran?
    3. Which cities you have seen during your travel?
    4. What is your idea about us( Iranian people)?
    I hope see you in Iran more and more. Sincerely yours.

    • Hello Farzad, glad to hear that you found me through ‘Iran is great’ page I think it is a great cause! You do not annoy me at all, ho possibly I could be upset by readers anting to know more?! :) So here we comes:
      1. Yes, you are very correct, the first picture is from Persepolis, it was a great day indeed, just before sunset! Magical colours!
      2. I was in Iran back in 2014, October and November, loved ever minute, and way ay too short!
      3. I have seen many of them, my favourite ones are Tabriz, Kerman and Rasht. I loved Irani Kurdistan as well!
      4. I love Iranian people, everyone has been so so nice and welcoming. I have experienced a lot of good from Iranian people! It was the best trip of my life mainly because the people!
      I hope to be back in Iran as well, the sooner the better!
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  17. sarit

    I’ve always dreamed of just quitting everything to travel. Can you maybe write about how you are able to support yourself while traveling? My background is very corporate and certainly a bit older. So the idea of not being able to support myself while traveling has been a hinderance. Any tips and tricks you can provide on how one can embark on taking adventures of a lifetime?

    • Actually you have gave me an idea for a post, I will try to explain my best how I took this decision and how I go about it :)
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  18. Eric Cohen

    Hi Marysia. Thanks for supporting my country – The holy Land. I’m sure you love it as much as I do, I bet you love our humus :-)

  19. Weronika Anna

    What an inspiration! I really enjoy your blog. Best of luck and safe travels!

    • Glad to hear such nice words Anna! Thanks and safe travels to you too!

  20. Hirbod

    You have such an interesting life!

  21. Rubbie Anne Abad

    Great way to spend some time! I love travelling!

  22. Mary

    Wow you are getting some great experiences with all your travels. I love Mexican food too, taco’s just like you!

  23. Sandy

    You live such a lovely lifestyle. I wish I could travel to exotic countries like you!

  24. Aqsa Rao

    Great blog Marysia! Really great blog!

    • I’m glad to hear/read that you like it! :)

  25. lily

    Ok…take three:
    You wrote this – ” I’m quitting everything. Not that I had much to quit – no bf, no work, no obligations. And I start to travel the world.” I just wanted to know how to make it possible to explore and do the same things as you have done; that is why I asked how is it that you financially support your travels.

    • Lily, I have been working in very well paid job while living abroad. Money and knowledge I had I used to invest in two companies which pay me dividend every year, and as I do not have an apartment, car or any other cost of life except my mobile phone I can spend everything on travels and I do. As well blog brings some profits every month so I can always spend it on travels.
      Feel free to write me an email if you want more details on any of this.
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  26. lily

    I love your site! :)

    • Thanks a lot Lily! Such comments always put a smile on my face!

  27. Pearl

    It must be a fascinating life. I’m not a handsome rugby player alas.

    Like how you got it to auto-forward to the about me page. It can be hard to find that part of someone’s blog.

    • Ha ha ha Pearl, handsome rugby players are not everything :) Glad you like my ‘About Me’ page :)
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  28. luckiest girl in the world indeed :)..cheers…

  29. I love travelling and never miss an opportunity to discover a new place. I loved your posts, you seem like a fun person :)

  30. Esta

    Very interesting ! I think you should post a lot more about yourself :)

    • LOL, I really doubt that, I believe that I have one of the longest About Me pages ever… so I will stick to the current version ha ha ha
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  31. Tim

    You have been to some amazing places and some different ones. I just came across your blog by accident but look forward to following along and reading some of your older articles. All the best, Tim

  32. Wesley

    Great read and interesting to learn all your history.

    • Thanks Wesley, it is only a little part of my history but the page is already long above average :) ha ha ha
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  33. jay

    Hi Marysia,
    Wow, You are blog is really inspiration for me. I love travelling as you mentioned it is a constant change, a new fling every few weeks, oo monotony, and meeting lovely people, having fun.
    I love your blog and I will keep on reading. Let me know if you drop by India next time. Jay

  34. The Guy

    Great read and interesting to learn all your history. I also endorse your love of Nick Hornby books ;-)

    I must admit to being intrigued as to who Miss Famous Tennis Player is???

    I also didn’t know that fact about Moscow City – maybe something some people want to happen again at the moment???

    I’m also struck by all these photos of you. You look so different in some of them. I guess that if I sat next to you on a plane I may not recognise you. Shame really as we’d have a lot of travel to talk about.

    • Ok, lets me get it one by one! Thanks for stopping by and reading the whole page, it is super long :)

      Let’s be honest who doesn’t like Hornby? Or English authors in general? Witty, funny and great storytellers! As for Miss Famous Tennis Player, she is my best friend in the whole world and always, but I will keep her privacy ha ha ha

      As for Moscow City I doubt, you know Polish people serious about politics and very serious about Ukraine issue but there are other ways to solve such conflicts!

      I guess we change and let’s be honest women always change their hair style etc And believe me, you would recognized me on the plane! Once I start talking ha ha ha I’m terrible chatter box!
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  35. Tam

    Wow, Marysia love reading the introduction about yourself. Feel that I know a little bit more about you now – especially your likes – and I feel like we have a few things in come besides travelling of course! Namely red wine and reading. That is an impressive list of authors; I would love to explore your bookshelves to see where we overlap, which ones we could have great discussions over (with a glass of red in hand of course!) and which ones we might disagree on! :)

    • Tam that sounds like a great evening, it doesn’t get better that conversation about books with a glass of red in my hand! Yes, the list is extensive and it is not all, I read a lot, actually almost to the addiction. When I’m busy and can’t read for a day or two I feel like a junkie cut off the met! LOL
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  36. Susan Jones

    Such a lively girl! You are the one of the stars of Travel Bloggers. Happy to find your page and will continue reading your posts. Marysia, thanks for sharing your travel affairs :)

  37. I found you from a post that you wrote about my countrY – Turkey and it amazed me. I’m 16 and right now I live in Argentina as an exchange student. Travelling is becoming a passion to me with all the things that my exchange year showed me. I loved your blog and I will keep on reading. Thats a way of life that I want to live. Kisses from Argentina!

    • Thank you for your nice words. I’m happy to hear you already found your passion in life, it too me much longer to make my mind ha ha ha :) Good luck!
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  38. It’s always good to know the person behind the blog! I totally didn’t know about Poland invading Moscow, I guess I can add it to my list of awesome unknown facts about the World :D

    Greetings from a Journey of Wonders and let me know if you drop by Mexico this year.

    • Definitely will do, my cousin lives in Mexico City and I’m planning to pop in autumn :) And yes about Moscow it is quiet cool ha ha ha
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  39. It was great reading this section!! I love red wine too and there is something about reading a paper-back with a glass a wine that is total appealing! Look forward to reading more about your travels!! Happy traveling! :)

  40. Love to read the “About Me” section since it tells a great deal about you as a person. The pic with you sitting next to the Bedouin woman is very cool! Oh yeah, a red Bordeaux is my favourite wine (don’t care at all about champagne). About the art: do you know Mondriaan? and you mentioned Picasso twice – you must like him a lot!

    • Ha ha ha I really did, I like Picasso indeed :) Mondriaan is to simple for my liking :)
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  41. Molly

    WOW! Good for you, I wish I had this when I was younger rather than taking the path I did. It is what it is… we do what we do but I admit to being a little envious of your bravery. I am going to show this blog to my daughter though, she is 10, to show her that life can be very different if you decide you want it to be


  42. I’m so happy I found your blog! You’re a real, living inspiration :)
    Keep traveling!

  43. Alinka

    Awesome, Marysia! You rock, girl!

  44. Emilie

    Hi Marysia!

    I only just found your blog and decided to start out with your ‘about me’, and oh my gosh….. You are living my dream. I’m only 17 right now, but what you are doing is what I plan (or at least wish) to do after I finish college.

    From Emilie, Denmark :-)

    • Hello Emilie, Thank you very much for your nice words. I have to admit I’m very impressed with you, when I was 17 I had no idea what I wanted to do in my life! Will write you a longer email soon ;)
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  45. Ken Curtis

    Finally a traveller who posts photos of herself. Most people reading travel blogs have done a fair amount of travel and have seen the places that everyone has captured on film. Myself, I want to see the traveller whose words and descriptions I am reading and, in a sense, get to know them a bit better – which is easier when you can connect a face to the words on the page. And it is even more of a treat when the photos are of one of those beautiful Polish women that your referenced statistics refer to. Very well done and entertaining Blog Marysia – may your travels carry you full circle through a pleasurable life…

    • Thank a lot for your lovely words Ken!
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    • Michael Orobona

      I agree about photos. Sometimes I look at pictures of animals or buildings in my albums and think, “My kids will toss this picture of a buffalo when I’m dead.” Pictures need people to give them warmth and context.

  46. I FINALLY took the time to cruise around your website in depth. Nicely done! This page is a fun story and I enjoyed looking at all the pics of you… makes me think I need to start actually taking pictures of me in the places I go and not just the places! I have a love affair with Barcelona too. Not only am I in love with that city but everytime I go there I seem to fall in love with a woman. Odd but true. hmmmm… maybe its time for a trip back there…

    • Thanks a lot of Jim, i’m glad you have enjoyed my page and Barcelona is always a good idea :) ha ha ha

  47. Debbie

    You have a great blog here. I will be looking at it for a while yet!

  48. Mo

    Great intro about Poland :D lol!! Also Great pics you have there!

    • Thanks a lot Mo. I like those pictures, not because I’m on them but because all the memories they bring up from my travels!
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  49. John Howarth

    Good evening Maria, Thank God I made the crap fish and potatoes before reading your blog. I didn’t know you were an expert on the food front. Best wishes John and Tanya xx Ivanovka Guesthouse Azerbaijan

  50. Andy

    Great write up, I love your intro about Poland. I have many friends from there.

  51. Ibukun

    Awesome blog you have here. I agree with Greame, as in it does take a lot of courage to take the plunge and travel. How you manage to travel and blog continuously shows that you are very passionate about what you do. Keep these great posts coming.

  52. Greame

    This is a great travel blog you have here. I think many people would love to travel but it is taking the plunge to do so that’s the difficult thing. Anyway, what I am trying to say is congratulations on your success so far. I’ll be reading your posts. Keep them coming.

  53. Gerardus

    Hi Marysia,

    Warm greetings from ‘Cabo da Flora’ – Flores in the East of indonesia! I like your site very much. Why don’t you try visiting our country Indonesia? Not to Java or to Bali or other big cities, but to Komodo Island for the Komodo dragon. Flores for the three colored crater lakes and living museum traditional village or Lembata Island for traditional whaling. For sure it will be you special and life time vacation-traveling to the gate of the rising sun.

    Kind regards, Gerardus

    • Gerardus, I would love to. I’m actually thinking about visiting Indonesia at the end of this year. Thanks for great advices! Will have a look into it.
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  54. sheladyanne

    Hi Marysia,

    Hello! It is nice to visit your blog once again. I actually nominated you at Bloggers Niche Featured Blogger of the week themed: Travel Bloggers.
    Visit Bloggers Niche to read the post dedicated for you. :)

    Hope you like it and continue success with mytravelaffairs!

    • Thanks Girl!

      • Baldo

        Hello! It is nice to visit your blog once again. I actually nominated you at Bloggers Niche Featured Blogger of the week themed: Travel Bloggers.

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