Peruvian Ceviche

The country of Machu Picchu and 4 000 types of potatoes. Machu Picchu was breath taking, especially after 30 minutes bus ride on the steep and curvy mountain roads. As potatoes are a staple part of the Polish cuisine, I was thrilled to widen my “potato horizons”. However, what made the biggest impression on me was ceviche. This is a dish…

Pescetarians’ Paradise

This small country at the west end of Europe is a paradise for pescetarians. There is virtually an endless variety of fish and seafood dishes and, best of all, all of it is freshly caught from the Atlantic waters. I imagine for Portuguese people eating frozen imported fish is akin to Italians eating frozen German supermarket…

Amok in Cambodia

It took me some time to decide on what I really thought of Cambodia. Driving through the streets of Phnom Penh, I could not help but to think about country’s bloody history. The capital city and the country still bear the signs of cruel rule of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge. Both the Toul…

Fat fish in Faroe Islands

Faroe Islands is a group of small islands, an archipelago belonging to the Kingdom of Denmark. The group consists of 18 islands located between Iceland and Scotland. The archipelago is so small, that you really need to look closer to spot them on the map. Initially our visit to the Faroe Islands was intended only…

Halibut, whale and ice

The idea of visiting islands of North Atlantic came to the Other Me when we were stuck in traffic lights some time last January. I got excited immediately. What better place to escape the scorching hot Cypriot Summer then the biggest island in the world, 80% of which is covered by ice! So I did what I do best and organized…