• My Story

    Welcome Anguilla!

    ( Part 45 )   The drive from the airport to the hotel took about 20 minutes. On the entry to the estate, we were slightly shocked as we saw “snow” on the ground 😉. It turned out to be a foam. It was a time when the salinity of the water was very high and created the foam in that area, which looked deceptively like snow.   “Snow” in Anguilla The view of the hotel also…

  • Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico

    ( Part 44a )   Puerto Rico – a small island in the Caribbean Sea that belongs to the United States. The population there, however, speaks Spanish. The people are very friendly and welcoming. You can feel the distance that…

  • My Story

    Which one is it again?

    ( Part 44 )   As I mentioned in my previous post, an offer from Anguilla showed up on the horizon. Once the contract was signed, the visas arrangements needed to be done. It was a waiting time, which at…

  • My Story

    What’s next?

    ( Part 43 )     What about Hector?   Coming back to Hector, as it turned out later, it wasn’t so bad. Hector got on very well. He had a friend flying in for the weekend, so he had…

  • USA

    New York

    ( Part 43 a )       New York – the city of dreams for many people. We managed to visit this iconic place for our 15th wedding anniversary. As I mentioned in my previous post, our super nanny,…

  • My Story

    An Unexpected Offer

    ( Part 43 )       Things in Ireland   You may remember me writing that I was selling a flat in Ireland. Imagine that the sale finally closed on 3 April 2019. We waited until 17 May for…

  • My Story

    Rainforest and Other Attractions

    ( Part 42 )     As I mentioned in the entry Hello Puerto Rico!, Giselle’s daughters spoke English very well. All three were learning at home, none of them went to school. It’s called ‘homeschooling’ there, and they were doing…

  • My Story

    School, how it gonna be?

    ( Part 41 )   School was the most important. Even before our arrival, my husband went to the nearest school, which turned out to be our local one, and registered the children to attend. After the arrival, we had…

  • My Story

    Welcome Puerto Rico!

    ( Part 40 )     We had a connecting flight to Puerto Rico from New York. Unfortunately, we didn’t have time to see anything, but what goes around comes, as they say. We had a good trip. We arrived…

  • Through My Eyes

    Ireland

      I spent 10 years in Ireland and experienced a bit different life than in Poland. I’ll give you a little summary of how I see Ireland “Through my eyes” 👁👁. On my arrival I experienced a bit of a shock,…

  • Through My Eyes

    Canada

      I wanted to give you a little summary of how I see Canada “Through My Eyes” 👁👁. I had the opportunity to live in Canada, Mississauga to be exact, for an equal “pregnancy” of 9 months.    First general…

  • My Story

    Another Change

    ( Part 39 )   The transport of our furniture arrived at our new home in December. Perfect timing, you could say, as in January my husband was already flying to Ireland to pick us up, so he had a…

  • My Story

    The Other Side of the World

    ( Part 38 )     The Vision of Imminent Death   After the holidays, my body decided it had had enough and rebelled. I fell to pieces. My temperature was high, and I had no strength at all, just…

  • My Story

    Temporary Insanity

    ( Part 37 )   It was nearing the end of the fourth month since my husband had his last call from Puerto Rico. Well, that’s how they work there.   While waiting for a response, husband also had another…

  • Germany,  Travel

    Tropical Islands

    ( Part 36 b )   If you’re ever in or passing through Germany 🇩🇪 and more specifically around Berlin, I recommend a stop at Tropical Islands 🏝. It’s a water themed park where you can swim and slide among…

  • Poland

    Museum of Wax Figures – Kolobrzeg

    ( Part 36 a )   Being in Kolobrzeg, we visited the Museum of Wax Figures. I encourage you to visit this museum, because the figures are quite decently made. In my opinion, most of them are even very realistic.…