Touring UNESCO World Heritage Sites: A Guide to Poland’s Białowieża Primeval Forest

Spanning an area of 152.5 square kilometres, Białowieża is often described as Europe’s last primeval forest. The forest spans the border between two countries – Poland and Belarus and makes for an intense and epic wilderness experience for those intrepid tourists keen to explore Mother Nature at her most beautiful. In 2018, I aimed to Read more about Touring UNESCO World Heritage Sites: A Guide to Poland’s Białowieża Primeval Forest[…]

Śmieszne Historie o Piłce Nożnej w Polsce: Watching the Exciting Polish Ladies Season Climax, Górnik Łęczna v. Medyk Konin

Śmieszne Historie o Piłce Nożnej w Polsce: Watching the Exciting Polish Ladies Season Climax, Górnik Łęczna v. Medyk Konin

In my ongoing “football geek” (Śmieszne Historie o Piłce Nożnej w Polsce) adventures, it was time to watch a Polish ladies match and we picked a brilliant match to attend. This match we went to in June 2019 in the city of Łęczna (near Lublin), had a history dating back to 2017… Back in December Read more about Śmieszne Historie o Piłce Nożnej w Polsce: Watching the Exciting Polish Ladies Season Climax, Górnik Łęczna v. Medyk Konin[…]

Poland Poll: Which UNESCO Site Should Jonny Visit Last?

Poland Poll: Which UNESCO Site Should Jonny Visit Last?

As 2018 begins to reach its climax, I’m under a bit of pressure to achieve my goal of visiting EVERY Polish UNESCO world heritage site by 31st December 2018. I still have 5 left and it’s already November! And 4 of the last 5 are tricky to get to. So this is my final Poland Read more about Poland Poll: Which UNESCO Site Should Jonny Visit Last?[…]

Northern Irishman in Poland back in Starogard Gdanski

Magiczne Miasta: Ten Of The Best Places in Poland You Never Heard Of

“You’re upside down; I’m in the air” – Rapid Eye Movement. Travel blogs blur into one eventually and we get bored of the same old places being hyped and written about. You know how it goes – it’s the 80-20 rule as always. 20% of Poland’s cities attract 80% of travel blog articles – we Read more about Magiczne Miasta: Ten Of The Best Places in Poland You Never Heard Of[…]

Poland Poll: Which UNESCO Site Should Jonny Visit in October 2018?

Poland Poll: Which UNESCO Site Should Jonny Visit in October 2018?

Well folks, it’s over to you again to control my destiny in my ongoing Poland Poll series. Having visited 10 of Poland’s 15 official UNESCO sites, I have five left and just three full months to visit them all so it will be quite a challenge. In October, I aim to visit one more of Read more about Poland Poll: Which UNESCO Site Should Jonny Visit in October 2018?[…]

Northern Irishman on Tour: Poland to Frankfurt to Cheatzerland

Northern Irishman on Tour: Poland to Frankfurt to Cheatzerland

I write far too many words and articles to ever be published. So much so that I believe that anyone who claims to have “writer’s block” are either liars or never were writers in the first place. I am always brimming with ideas. This is s short report on my adventure out of Poland to Read more about Northern Irishman on Tour: Poland to Frankfurt to Cheatzerland[…]

Poland Poll: Where Should Jonny Visit in August 2018?

Poland Poll: Where Should Jonny Visit in August 2018?

So as life became busy, I have done less polls and much less sightseeing than ever before. It’s two years this week since I announced I was settling in Poland and giving up full time backpacking after my trip to Kaliningrad and yes I did it. Sure, I have had some travels since then. But Read more about Poland Poll: Where Should Jonny Visit in August 2018?[…]

Magiczne Miasto: Touring The Historic UNESCO City of Toruń

“Open up the window and jump into the blue” – Ian Brodie. I’m not going to be over the top anymore. I’ve done my time as a travel writer that it bore myself into effortless droll. Anyone and their idiot’s backpack can whack out a “top 5 sights in a generic city” and get fake Read more about Magiczne Miasto: Touring The Historic UNESCO City of Toruń[…]

Dziwaczne Odkrycia: Dating Ideas in Gdańsk, Poland

You might have read how I first lived in Gdańsk when life took me to relocate to Poland. I have been almost exclusively single since splitting up with my longer term girlfriend Panny Yu in late 2015. Panny and I parted ways, and since then I have dated three ladies, who were all Polish. These Read more about Dziwaczne Odkrycia: Dating Ideas in Gdańsk, Poland[…]