Mieszka W Polsce: 5 Things I Don’t Like About Living in Poland

I don’t mean to upset Polish people on here about this but there has always been a pureness and honesty within my blogs from around the world. In China, I wasn’t keen on the food and the smog. In London, I hated how unsafe the streets were. In India I hated the sexism and how Read more about Mieszka W Polsce: 5 Things I Don’t Like About Living in Poland[…]

Mieszka W Polsce: Living in Poland – How to Buy a Legia Warszawa Match Ticket

“Mistrzem Polski jest Legia. Legia najlepsza jest” – Legia Warszawa fans. As a long term football geek, veteran of over 500 live matches and a football writer, I love going to watch football in Poland. Don’t believe the myths and rumours that foreigners don’t go to football matches in Poland. We do and we love Read more about Mieszka W Polsce: Living in Poland – How to Buy a Legia Warszawa Match Ticket[…]

Mieszka W Polsce: Living in Poland - How to Find a Flat in Warsaw

Mieszka W Polsce: Living in Poland – How to Find a Flat in Warsaw

“How you got me blind is still a mystery, I can’t get you out of my head” – Backstreet Boys. In my series called living in Poland (Mieszka W Polsce), I share my personal tips on how to adapt to Polish life as a foreigner, tourist and non resident (but never as an expat, Ex-Pat Read more about Mieszka W Polsce: Living in Poland – How to Find a Flat in Warsaw[…]

Mieszka W Polsce: Living in Poland – How to Find a Flat in Gdańsk

Living in Poland: How to Find a Flat in Gdańsk In my series living in Poland (Mieszka W Polsce), I share my personal tips on how to adapt to Polish life as a foreigner, tourist and non resident. I’ll try to cover as many aspects as I can for foreigners to help out and I Read more about Mieszka W Polsce: Living in Poland – How to Find a Flat in Gdańsk[…]

Mieszka W Polsce: Living in Poland – How to Buy tickets for Lechia Gdańsk as a Foreigner

In my series Mieszka W Polsce (Living in Poland), I give detailed and personal experiences from things I do in Poland as a foreigner or immigrant to become part of the culture. I’m not here to change Poland – I love it how it is – I’m here because life took me here and it Read more about Mieszka W Polsce: Living in Poland – How to Buy tickets for Lechia Gdańsk as a Foreigner[…]