Sometimes, pictures tell more than written stories. Enjoy some of photos from various moments of my life, arranged in different galleries. Enjoy viewing them!
Together with Paula and Tahir, and some other friends that came to visit from Canada and France, we went for a day to explore Bangkok’s eastern neighbourhoods. Canals, floating markets, endless amount of temples. Lots of charm. Check out the pictures yourselves!
2016 has definitely been an exhausting year, and somehow humbling. The end of it is bringing some time off, and time for reflection. As I travel around southern Thailand and parts of Poland, some very disturbing news keep on coming from Jordan, Turkey, Russia, Switzerland, Germany and indeed my native Poland. I wished that at least the end of December is ‘less exciting’, but I guess it is not meant to be. At least, my break appears to be ‘more traditional’ and allows for some relaxation and happy chats with people that are important to me!
October 2016 has brought a new wave of violence in Myanmar. As a result thousand of oppressed and persecuted Rohingyas have fled the trouble region of Rakhine (Myanmar) to Bangadesh’s Cox’s Bazar. This gallery shows some pictures from various parts of this region of Bangladesh, where the refugees are.
Last summer, I had a chance to visit Ulaanbaatar and southern part of Mongolia again. It was amazing to admire the country during the warmer part of the year. It does look very different from what I am used to in the winter.
End of September brought me to Norway’s south. I went there to participate in a simulation exercise, which was supposed to prepare us to provide a humanitarian response to a natural catastrophe. Together with 400 people from various organisations form across the world, we exercised to responding to a typhoon… While in Norway, between trains, busses and planes, I did manage some sightseeing too. Please enjoy the pictures!
August 2016 has brought me to Sri Lanka. Without doubts, I think it is one of the nicest countries that I have ever visited! Just look at the pictures yourself!
Very lucky to have had a five days-long weekend. It would have been wrong not to travel… We went to Erawan and Sai Yok national parks in Kachananburi region of western Thailand. Stunning: have a look!
A few pictures from a short spring trip to Poland and Finland, which I had in June 2016. I met some really nice people there, and had lots of fun. Enjoy these pictures of northern Europe in spring!
Khau Yai National Park in Thailand has made it to the UNESCO Heritage list, and no wonder this is a case. The fauna and flora, and the landscapes of the park are unique. When combined with the beautiful architecture, then one has no doubt that UNESCO is right to declare this beautiful place to be under its special protection. Enjoy the pictures!