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TropiMy Przygody

Young married couple travelling always together and writing mainly about emotions during travels and practical informations, but also responsible tourism, slow travel, local vegetarian cuisine and more. Currently making their biggest dream come true during Never Ending Honeymoon around the world.

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Emi w drodze

Emi w drodze (translated as Emi on the way) is recognized as the best source of information for Poles planning their trip to Indonesia and inspiration for girls travelling solo longterm to places like India.

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4ever Moments

Road&train trips, photography and stories from Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Married couple of life explorers and huge world madcaps. Best friends who went together for over 2 yrs journey through the world, meeting lovely people and capturing incredible landscapes, trying to keep all that special moments 4ever in their memories.

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Kołem Się Toczy

Kołem Się Toczy is one of the most popular travel blogs in Poland. Only in 2015 it was visited over 1 million times (350.000 UU) and reached 22.000 followers in social media. I made a lot of good cooperations (with tourist boards and not only) and wrote the book about my travel to Caucasus and Middle East.

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PatTravel

PatTravel PatTravel.PL is a travel blog about world cuisines and a comfortable lifestyle. On the website I report my travels and describe the best dishes and wines from around the world. Together with my friends, I have reviewed the best restaurants and hotels. http://pattravel.pl/ I wrote about: About PatTravel: PatTravel.PL is a travel blog about […]

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The Family Without Borders

Polish journalist mama, German photographer papa and little globetrotters Hanna (5) and Mila (4). TheFamilyWithoutBorders.com is National Geographic Traveler‘s blog of the year, the most popular family and travel blog in Europe reaching people across 167 countries, mainly Poland.

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