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Family 2 +1. Alicja, Adrian and son Adam born in March 2018. We live near Poznań (Poland), although Ala grew up in Rzeszów, Adrian in Łódź and we met in Athens (nice combo, right? :)). Our daily routine is similar to the routines of most families – working, doing the shopping, getting back home, cooking pancakes and vegetable soups. In the meantime we keep saying – Can’t wait till Saturday!
The common opinion is that having a baby makes you travel much less. Before Adam was born, we promised ourselves that we would disprove this belief. We will not give up the passion for something that we both love :). Just from now on, the most important thing while travelling is well-being of our son. When Adam was 7 months old, we have taken him to Bulgaria, and a month later he was sitting with us on a plane to Thailand. When he was a year and a half, we travelled to Asia again. Our first stop was the United Arab Emirates, and then – it will not be a surprise – we flew to our beloved Thailand again. Since our visa was “only” for 30 days, our decision was to visit Malaysia too. We returned to Poland in January 2020, when the world was slowly closing down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Our experience shows that traveling with a child makes it easier to limit the distance between us and the “natives”. Children easily establish contacts, despite language barriers. We value a lot those “meetings on the roads”. The people that we met are the most important element of our travels. Not views, not thousands of photos and not dozens of “ticked” countries. We remember people forever! This assumption has made us starting Project: Family.
When we are on the way, we get the distance to everyday’s life and fully rest. On our blog we mostly write about Thailand and Greece (only in Polish language so far :)) as we know these countries best and they are our big passions. We share our advice and insights about travel planning, packing, local attractions and cost reductions. All is kept real.
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