Burma part 2 – from the Kingdom of Pagan to Ngapali Beach

Burma part 2 – from the Kingdom of Pagan to Ngapali Beach

You can read the first part of the story – Burma part 1, from Yangon to Mandalay – here. Bagan from above and from below Finally, we reached Bagan, or the former Kingdom of Pagan. The rulers of Pagan erected within the capital and in its close surroundings over 10 000...
Burma part 1, from Yangon to Mandalay

Burma part 1, from Yangon to Mandalay

Myanmar or Burma? When I heard about it for the first time, it was called Burma. It was when they screened the beautiful melodrama “Indochine” on the Polish TV. Later, I saw the Luc Besson’s movie “Lady” about Aung San Suu Kyi fighting the military dictatorship. Lady...
The road to Etosha National Park

The road to Etosha National Park

The road to Etosha National Park We drove through Ovamboland, the northern part of Namibia, stretching for about 350 km. Town after town, city after city, and the largest number of people around. Cows and donkeys on the roads, as well as crazy cars, but first of all –...
With kids on the gravel roads of Namibia, part 1

With kids on the gravel roads of Namibia, part 1

When you travel, it very often happens that a single word or image inspires you to think of the next journey. It was exactly like that with Namibia. In the Republic of South Africa, we met a fantastic guide who’d been working in Namibia for many years and who spoke...