What do you know about Christmas in Poland? Do you know why there is always an extra seat at the table? Should you open presents on the 24th or 25th of December? If you want to know just read the text! And have a merry merry Christmas!
A big shortcut of my trip back to Scotland where I went with my lovely sister. ❤ I'll never get bored with Edinburgh!
It's been quite a long time since I left Scotland. I needed to get used to my Polish life again. Finally, it's time for some small sum-up and a few statistics. TIME I've spent in Scotland 5 months, 143 full days, which was 3427 hours in total and gives a great amount of 208,345 minutes. … Czytaj dalej Time to say goodbye
Sunday was very sunny. At 10 am it was so warm, that I decided to go for a bike ride. After breakfast I wanted to cross the bridge by bike, as many people suggested me to do so.
In May days are getting longer, there is more sun (well, at least it should be), exams are not so close yet, you can spend some time outside having a barbecue with your friends and so on... But there is one more thing, for which every student is waiting for the whole year. It is called JUWENALIA.
I was asked by one of my friends to bake a green cake, about which I've told her before I left to Poland. So I invited her for baking together. We got a really tasty cake. I think, that boys who tried it, will agree with us. Forest moss The name suggests that when seeing and … Czytaj dalej Spring baking
As many other Christian traditions, even Easter is closely connected with previous Pagan traditions. Therefore, the origin of some customs is not clear or is somehow linked to both roots. Nevertheless, nowadays we are thinking about Easter more like it is a Christian tradition and even the name for Easter in Czech language “Velikonoce” comes from velká (English: Great) and the word noc (English: Night). So, the celebration of the great night when Jesus Christ was risen.