Back, when we were first planning out our trip we decided that we will stay in Munich only for two days – and it was one of the biggest mistakes that we ever made. We underrated Germany, thinking that its cities are not going to be as beautiful as those in Austria or Switzerland surrounded by mountains. Munich proved to us just how wrong we were.
Since we are all queer and very involved in the LGBT+ rights and gay community, we decided to participate in as many Pride Parades as we could during our trip. We planned our whole journey around them: when and where to be not to miss them. That was why we started traveling on that particular day: we not only wanted to see … Continue reading Berlin Pride: Christopher Street Day
Filled with a lot of joy, hope and happiness we decided to start our trip in Berlin.Since this city is close to where we live (Poznań, Poland), getting there was expected by us to be really quick and easy; and that’s how it started. Without a problem we crossed the border with Germany but then we had to change a car; our driver left us “just before Berlin” and that’s where everything became complicated. Continue reading Berlin: First stop, first difficulties
For a long time we wondered if it would be possible to travel around the world with having a limit of 1 euro for 1 person to spend everyday. We thought that it would be very difficult, tiring, and stressful but during the summer we proved it wrong; we can’t say that it was easy but it certainly was doable! Continue reading 42 days of travel, 42 euros – is it possible?