Merida. El Mundo Maya

Pedro is a student of Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán in the faculty of humanities. He came to Merida from the south drawn here by city’s international nature. He is especially fascinated by history of Mexico with special focus on Maya culture. He slowly builds our interest passionately explaining the facts behind the famous landmarks around red hot square of Plaza Grande. Using proficient English he … Continue reading Merida. El Mundo Maya

Casablanca. Artistic soul / Artystyczna dusza

We check into a small hotel Kon.Tiki on Allal Ben Abdellah street, which we then named a dissipation nest ;). Like no other, the area is a home for dozens of bars where alcohol is served and which are well concealed from the looks of passers by. Each 20 meters, there is a bouncer standing whose main job is to carefully select who can and … Continue reading Casablanca. Artistic soul / Artystyczna dusza

Sierra de Cazorla. Dreams of a Michelin star / Marzenia o gwiazdce Michelin

Let’s use our imagination… A thick forest around us, murmuring trees, a hot sun on the sky, a pool with refreshingly cold water. A deckchair, a book, relax and… hens pecking your hands asking for grain… (!) Wait, hens…? Try to imagine our surprise when we found out that the swimming pool in our forest haven neighbors with a hen house. Our B&B Cortijo de … Continue reading Sierra de Cazorla. Dreams of a Michelin star / Marzenia o gwiazdce Michelin

Fuerte Conil. A vegetable hotel / Hotel warzywny

Despite appearances, it is not an advertorial. I believe nonetheless that I should be appreciating and promoting the places, which deserve it. Hotel Fuerte Conil, where we are staying during our trip to Costa de la Luz clearly belongs to this category. Since my blog is not a booking portal, I will not show the hotel itself – only its garden. Hotel’s area drowns in flowers … Continue reading Fuerte Conil. A vegetable hotel / Hotel warzywny