Destinations

I’ve traveled mostly in Europe (as you can see below) but I’m slowly trying to see more far away places. In most of the countries I was more than once, in two of them (besides Poland) I managed to live for few months – both countries, Finland and Germany, were an amazing and valuable experience :) now I just want to discover more and more, focusing more on eastern countries! There are so many places I still want to see and so many things I want to experience there!
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Destinations

Dark red – Poland where I live, Blue – where I’ve been and written about, Green – where I’ve been but haven’t written about

Below you can find the list of countries I’ve been to and once you click on the picture you will be able to see post about each destination!

IS_albania           IS_argentina

IS_armenia           IS_austria

IS_białoruś           IS_bosnia

IS_brazylia           IS_bułgaria

IS_kanada           IS_chiny

IS_chorwacja           IS_cypr

IS_czechy           IS_anglia

IS_estonia           IS_finlandia

IS_francja           IS_gruzja

IS_niemcy (2)           IS_grecja

IS_węgry           IS_iran

IS_irlandia           IS_izrael

IS_włochy           IS_jordania

IS_kazachstan           IS_kosowo

IS_kirgistan           IS_łotwa

IS_lesotho           IS_liechtenstein

IS_litwa           IS_macedonia

IS_malta           IS_mołdawia

IS_monako           IS_czarnogóra

IS_maroko           IS_cypr północny

IS_norwegia           IS_palestyna

IS_polska           IS_portugalia

IS_katar           IS_rumunia

IS_szkocja           IS_serbia

IS_słowacja           IS_słowenia

IS_rpa           IS_hiszpania

IS_szwecja           IS_naddniestrze

IS_ukraina           IS_urugwaj
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18 Comments

  • Reply
    Amber
    18/08/2016 at 00:53

    Dear Kami,

    I came across your blog in a search for information about Transnistria and Tiraspol. I am writing this from Tiraspol actually, weeeird but interesting city! What a wonderful blog, your enthousiasme is contagious! Am I correct in assuming you have never visited my Home Country the Netherlands. If not, you are most welcome in Amsterdam!

    Keep up this spirit!

    Amber

    • Reply
      kami
      31/08/2016 at 12:22

      Thank you for your nice comment Amber! I’m glad you enjoy Transnistria. It’s weird, isn’t it ;) ?
      Actually I was in the Netherlands many times, I have good friends there and managed to see most of the country. It was all before I started to blog so I haven’t really had a chance to write about it. But I’d love to go back, even if only for stroopwaffels ;)

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    parastoo
    02/01/2017 at 20:12

    hi kami
    I am an Iranian girl , I live in Tehran , I am so happy because of your visit of my country. you show another aspect of our country to people who thinks Iran is dangerous country . thank you

    • Reply
      kami
      28/01/2017 at 21:28

      Thank you for your comment! It was a pleasure to visit Iran, such a wonderful country it is!

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    Doris Ang
    11/02/2017 at 13:46

    Hi Kami
    Saw and read your blog when I was looking for information travelling to Iran ,wonderful !
    I will be travelling to Iran for 3 weeks with friends from early March,I do get some good informations from your blog.
    Will keep following yoyr blogs as there are other countries which I would lije to visit also.
    Thank You
    Doris Ang

    • Reply
      kami
      21/02/2017 at 22:02

      Thank you! Have a wonderful trip!

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    Aaron
    20/03/2017 at 23:42

    Hi Kami
    Me and two of my friends are going to be travelling around Europe during the summer in one of our cars and i am currently using your blog as inspiration and on ideas on where to go. Your love of Europe is giving me much to look forward to! I will continue to look at your blog throughout my travels. Thanks for the help and keep on travelling!

    • Reply
      kami
      29/03/2017 at 15:00

      Thank you! If you need any help feel free to ask!

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    Mi Fu
    29/09/2017 at 16:40

    Just curious when you have been in Esfahan. The town is really impressive, the bridges are great, BUT no water in the river, not a single drop :(
    Locals told us, the water is diverted most parts of the year to compensate a water shortage in Yazd …

    • Reply
      kami
      11/10/2017 at 14:48

      I was there at the beginning of May. I saw pictures of dry bridges, I can imagine how disappointing it must have be to see that!

  • Reply
    Jan Wilson
    23/11/2017 at 09:52

    Hi Kami
    Thank you for your wonderful information on female solo travel to Iran. It was because of your enthusiasm that I had the courage to travel by myself to Iran in October this year. What a fantastic trip it was. I am very inspired by the information you present. I also visited Poland (my parents’ country) at easter and absolutely loved what I saw. I will be going next time to the areas you suggest. If you come to Australia let me know and I can help you around Sydney.
    Jan

    • Reply
      kami
      27/12/2017 at 17:43

      Thank you for your lovely comment Jan! I’m so happy you had such a good time in Iran! Let me know when you’re in Poland next time, maybe we could meet for a coffee! And thank you for your kind offer, I’m sure I will visit Australia sooner or later! :)

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    Murat
    12/12/2017 at 21:19

    Hi Kami :)
    I am a Turkish guy in Kato, Silesia. I am wondering, would you like to visit my country, Turkey someday. It’s much safer than previously, for sure. Hope to see you writing about my country one day :)

    • Reply
      kami
      27/12/2017 at 17:44

      Hi Murat! I’ve already visited Turkey couple of years ago (before the blog) but I was only in Istanbul! I very much would love to visit more of your country, especially the eastern part and Cappadocia, hopefully it will happen soon! I hope you’re enjoying your time in Katowice!

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    Katie
    21/10/2018 at 08:08

    Hi Kami, have been reading a lot of your blogs today! Like yourself I love travelling and also count my countries and its amazing to have these great experiences! I wanted to ask your advice please? What countries are good to visit in Winter? I love European cities in winter and have been to the Baltic states, Poland, and most of the Balkans. I will have two weeks to travel and wanted to ask where you would go!!!! I live in Glasgow so its never easy to get direct flights unless you are going to the popular desitination for us Scots like Spain or Greece!!! But look forward to hearing your comments. Preferablly a new country but a new city would be great too. Thanks Katie

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      kami
      07/11/2018 at 16:13

      Hi Katie, thank you for your lovely comment. Have you been to Ukraine? Kiev, Lviv and few other cities should be good in winter. I assume Bucharest, Romania (or other cities in the country) aren’t bad either. And I really enjoyed Tbilisi in winter. Hope that helps! :)

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    Anirudh Ramesh
    25/12/2018 at 16:10

    Hey Kami, I am from india. You have been close to our neighbouring country China I wish you visit india once. I came across your website when I was surfing for Nazareth, thank you for inspiring me that even with full time job we can still travel around the world. I have been planning for many years to travel. Can you guide me on how to do solo budget travelling, I have started with my country I need to explore the world. I have shared this website link with mother who loves to travel.

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      kami
      27/01/2019 at 14:26

      Thank you for your nice comment. I really hope to visit India one day. Travelling within your own country first is a good way to start, you can try to save money on daily expenses and then once you have enough you can set off for a trip, even to a nearby destination. Good luck!

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