We’ve traveled via planes, cars, trains and even ships, each of that vehicle saw us wearing full make up and cool (ish) outfits; with awful hair (because I didn’t have time to brush it) and wearing something what looks like pajamas. Once, we’ve spent 32 hours traveling from one place to another. None of us says that we are experts, however we do have some advises on how to not worry about the way you look during travels.
Some of you may follow me on Instagram and most of you (our readers) are our family so you all know I went to Turkey in the end of July. It’s been enough time for me to procrastinate and finally to make a video from that trip.
Awareness about importance of being eco-friendly didn’t come to me the first time they told us about segregation of garbage at school or the first time I saw a special container for used batteries. I can’t also tell the exact moment when it came, but I’d say I started to think more about it more or less since I started studying in university. People are much more concerned about ecological problems in Poland, than in Ukraine.
Check out or latest video from the trip to Switzerland (and France, and Germany)
Again, we talk in there! Okay, it was kinda embarrassing and we talk in Russian, but turn on the subtitles and feel free to watch.
We have filmed our first talking video! We were shy and nervous, but we finally are ready to show it to you. Here we are talking a little bit about ourselves, our goals as bloggers and how we came up with the idea of creating our blog. Hope you’ll like it 🙂
We had wonderful 5 hours in Amsterdam and we didn’t waste our time! That was wonderful, and I hope you can enjoy the video at least a little bit as much, as we enjoyed our trip.
We got into the bus early in the morning, the road took us three hours, and voila, we’re there! Basically, we spent the day just walking on the streets. Firstly, without any specific goal, just absorbing the beauty surrounding us.
We were pretty organized and planned e v e r y t h i n g — how many socks each of us should bring; what to do with bags, we didn’t pay for in WizzAir; which snacks we should buy. I even saved places, where we could eat in Germany. But, as expected, we didn’t plan essential — where we should go and what should we do there. So despite organizing and hiding our bags from airport stuff, our trip was chill.
This list is the longest list I have. As you could probably figure out from the main subject of this blog, Olya and I are addicted to traveling. I’m not going to write it completely here, so, I’ll say New Zealand. It is so far away it seems impossible to ever reach, some totally different magical world, which I would love to explore.
I just asked Olya and she also said New Zealand. Let it be our goal.