poniedziałek, 21 lipca 2014

Poland and PRL's time

PRL- the shortcut of Polska Rzeczpospolita Ludowa (The Polish People's Republic) which lasted from 1952 to 1989. This period is called "komuna" by polish people. In 1989 there took place (almost)  democratic elections which was was the first step to free Poland.
In that time happened many dramatic occurrences, shops didn't have products and if you had wanted to buy something, you would have had to stay in pretty long queue. It was hard period for Poles, but thank god, now we're free and still in economic progress. ^^

Above-> The entry of The PRL's Museum in Ruda Śląska.

niedziela, 1 czerwca 2014

Sushi again

How long haven't I written...? Over one month?..
Nevermind, it's not worth to think about that now.

I don't know what should I write here, because there happend so many things that I can't even recall them all at the moment.

I went to Tarnowskie Góry with my parents and Paulina today. When I've heard about the Matsuri Festival which took place 01.06, I thought: My boy, that's great idea to spend time at the weekend! So I packed everyone up to the car and bon voyage!
What have I learned from this trip? For sure- how to wear kimono. I also sang "Toxic" by Britney Spears (English song while Japanese festival, lol), bought manga "The Innocent" and of course, ate sushi.

How you can see- amazing facial expression... Paulina in the background. Sushi is called...hm...Nigita? I don't remember clearly.

My lovely green tea. This time it was Japanese Temple. And (the 1/4's) Paulina in the background once again.

 Some tomfoolery...:P

On Friday I went to Japanese restaurant in Katowice. I've finally tasted mochi. :3 But it turned out it's too sweet for me, so I ate only 2...balls? Insted of the rest I sucked  mother's ramen. ^^

Greetings from sushi locals!

sobota, 26 kwietnia 2014


 Hey guys!
So...Today I've been to Japanese restaurat with my best friend, Paulina. But before tasting the ramen we had to experience few unpleasant incidents...

We thought we would get to Katowice by tramway, 40th exactly. So I bought tickets and voilà- we were on the road to Katowice.
 First expression- not that bad. But when I saw the controllers...I was a little bit surpised. xD They caught a woman behind me- she didn't have a ticket, how sad...I didn't even notice that she was sleeping next to me. In front of  me was Paulina and in front of her there was sitting a strange man- I guess he was a husband of this woman. The controllers have known her, funny situation- it wasn't her first time. :P They asked them to leave the tram. And they did it, of course, but before that there was a quite interesting conversation between the couple and controllers. :3
Finally we got to Katowice and walked on our feet to Gallery. And...we had been looking for Sushi-Do for about 1 hour. In the end it turned out that this restaurant was outside. -_- A lot of time walking, checking the maps  and considering on which floor it would be for nothing. Happily I asked the stuff of some shop where Sushi-Do is and we would be able to eat our second dinner (hey, Paula, remember the shish kebabs?). You can see our prizes below.

Yummy ramen... :3

...and sushi. ^^

We had a lot of fun with eating by sticks and asking stuff for what is this. :P But thanks god, there was a really nice woman who told us everything patiently. Thank you very much! <3
I hope we will go there once again- I must taste mochi *.*

sobota, 5 kwietnia 2014

First note. SCOTLAND

 Hello everyone! I've brought this blog to the life having  ready idea. I wanted to show people places where I've been to through pictures (made by me) and short notes. I'm Polish girl, but I'm going to use only English language to express my feelings. It's all in order to improve my skills, of course. ^^ And...maybe I will be able meet someone new? Who knows.. ;D Future is the one big unknown. :)
So I will be glad if you find some mistakes in my notes and tell me about that. It will help me, really. So don't hesitate, ok?

So firstly- I will introduce you Scotland! I've got fresh memories from this journey, so I will do my best to write every interesting thing connected with the UK.

Ok, so let's start.


Not too big city, but the capital of Anglicanism- main religion in UK. I've seen the beautiful Cathedral (in perpendicular style) walked by crowded street. Some old woman gave me a flyer which contains strange information about religion. O.o I think it was Jehovah's Witnesses or something like that. I was surprised. But I threw it out eventually, so... But I promise- I had read it whole, really. xD Even if I'm agnostic. 

So here you are the photo of Cathedral in Canterbury.


I've fell in love with that city. <3 Especially when I saw the Christ Church... *.* I could feel the knowledge floating in the air. Something amazing, you can believe me. If i got a chance, I would study there with big pleasure. Below the picture of Christ Church. 


The most windy place I've even seen. To be honest, I don't want to come back there. I visited the Edinburgh Castle....and almost froze! >.< Believe me, I live in Poland, so I know coldness, but I couldn't stand this weather. Enjoy the photo of the Castle.


Crowded capital city of United Kingdom. It would be nice, but only when you're sightseeing in small group. If not, you can feel someone's fist in your stomach while listening: "Fuck you!". That wasn't nice experience. -_-
I've seen Buckingham Palace, Big Ben (only from afar), walked by Downing Street and so on. I was in London for 9 hours, but didn't visit everything. I wish I could see change of the guards, Tower Bridge and have some fun in London Eye. I really regret. But that's also an excuse to go there once again. xD 
Below the Big Ben with some tourists and red public phone. 


Glasgow and next beautiful Cathedral. ^^ What can I say more? Enjoy pictures. They're not in good quality, but they are. :P

And at least, for some variety, Hadrian's Wall!

Ok, that should be enough. I've got more photos of places I've seen in UK, but frankly speaking there is a really big mess with pictures on my computer. I have to sort them first. So maybe I'll publish more pictures of Scotland in next notes. I hope you enjoyed and had a good time while reading my scribbles. :P 

Bye bye!

PS. Can you imagine eating fast foods for 8 days? Yeah, that's possible- only in stations with fluel. xD