My big sister... wait, well... I don't really have one, but I have a friend, who is just like a big sister to me, so I think of her that way. Anyways, my big sister send me a beautiful… Read More
To sum up my previous post : (English translation bellow the picture) haha, found the English original! Read More
As you may or may not know, in South Korea all men go to the army for at least two years. There are no exceptions. But considering that the DMZ is an hour's ride from Seoul it is quite under… Read More
If you live everywhere, home is nowhere. I miss having one cupboard with all my clothes in it, I miss having all my books in one place, I miss not having to jet each Christmas and Easter bac… Read More
Warsaw once again, this time in winter. Notice how the dog barks when the policemen show up. In Poland one of the names for police is 'psy', meaning dogs. It's not a very nice name to call t… Read More
I like Warsaw. We are past the infatuation, there are no more sparks, but there are fireworks each year on New Years. I wasn't always fond of Warsaw, but the city grew on me. I was born… Read More
A conversation between a Japanese customer and a shop assistant, which took place in Tokyo 3 days after the earthquake, as related on the Polish news: customer: I am sorry, would you be so… Read More
I jumped on the plane to Warsaw on Friday, my return ticket was booked for Sunday. Just three days, but it was about 150 Euro cheaper than staying even one day longer, so I decided to g… Read More
It's interesting how some expressions that you believe as distinct to your own culture can be found in other languages. Take: "Talking about the devil". Every language I have studied so far… Read More
As mentioned before: I am madly in love with Seoul. It's a city where small alleys with little hanoks, traditional korean houses, go over into wide avenues with neon-lit skyscrapers; where&n&hell…Read More
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