Since being a little boy, I have always dreamt of exploring the world. Being born disabled and in a communist country, where travelling was considered to be a privilege to be exercised only by the most influential members of the society - I worried that my physical condition, and a lack of access to a passport would never allow me to see the world. Yet somehow, in the most unexpected way, the fun of exploring our planet has been granted to me, in the most extraordinary manner. Not only that I travel for pleasure… My professional life is defined by reaching out to new places, discovering new situations, new people and new cultures! I am so very lucky in that respect!

The above map indicates places that I have had a chance to visit and experience so far.

Travel resources that I often use:

Obidos: An official website of Obidos, a town in Portugal, which became my adopted home.


Nowy Sacz: An official website of Nowy Sacz, a town where I was born and brought up, southern part of Poland.

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Jet It Up: An application showing the stats of my flights (past and future ones). The banner above indicates my planned flights.


Coconuts: A great service with news from South East Asian countries.


Blackboard: An online travel service run by my friend Amit: India’s narrative digital marketplace on destinations and awesome experiences. The quest is to create culture of travel, inspire people to explore and discover and experience the world.

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Lataj: My favourite travel agent, where I usually book my air-tickets and hotels. The site is run in Polish language only.

Descobrir Portugal: A site promoting sites of Portugal. Some wonderful pictures of the country and some good inspirational ideas on what to see in the country, if you plan to visit. Service in Portuguese language, but easy to navigate, even if you do not understand the language.

Our Dhaka City: An interesting site providing highlights on sights and cultural events in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Dhaka is not necessarily a tourist magnet, but I think, it is one of the more interesting capitals I have ever visited.

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