It’s been almost two months since I arrived, and in this short time I managed to find two partners in crime: Izabella and Simon, Beware of this gang, especially when they are wandering around the island together.Partners in crime, the dreamers, TriO, drinking buddies – you can call us whatever you like. Advertisements
Last weekend I played a role of tourist for the first time since my arrival, and visited beautiful Botanical Garden in Funchal. My companion this time was Izabella (I’m sure you know her from previous articles)
I’ve always loved cooking, but theoretically, only in my imagination, because when you live with your parents, usually your mum cooks for you, but when alone you have to take care of yourself. So time has come, Madeira made me take a step forward and try cooking in real life.
Dear Community of Câmara de Lobos, Since some of people are still asking me about polish traditions (which is very nice and melt my heart all the time 😉 ) I decided to publish my slides that I prepared few years ago for children in school in Lagos and than last time could present its … More O Natal na Polónia
If you mean that furry, green humanoid who calls himself Grinch I will answer YES! he does exist, but it must be pretty hard for him to live here in Madeira.I bet he lives somewhere in the cave, deep in the ocean or some cold place.But anyway, he managed to steal Christmas again.
During almost two months I worked regulary, one time per week in one of the basic school in Câmara de Lobos. Since I had experience in handy-craft works and my hosting organisation is connected with ecology and arts – it from start looked like a very good idea. Since I knew I will work with … More DO IT YOURSELF! Recycling workshop
In Teatro Metaphora I spent 1/3 of the time making doors for local bar in the center of Câmara de Lobos. You should know that the doors are not random at all 🙂 First of all, the doors are made from recycling aluminum cans collected by volunteers and coworkers, and also by local community and … More Secret tribute behind the can street art…