The hidden village

It is safe to say that Albania has been the Mediterranean’s enigma for the majority of the 20th century. Up until 30 years ago, the desolate mountain peaks, olden crumbling strongholds and pristine beaches were merely a myth to most people. But, all that changed after the communist regime ended abruptly in 1991. Those who dared venture into Albania discovered not only rare landscapes, but a nation unlike any other, fascinating and kind-hearted people, known for their unparalleled hospitality.

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A visit to Czantoria Mountain on the border of Poland and Czech Republic (Silesian Voivodeship)

There’s nothing quite like an adventure in the mountains, being surrounded by nature’s giants. The achievement of reaching the summit, the epic views along the way. Last Sunday we visited the Czantoria Mountain, we could feel the Sun, Snow and Wind elements were all along with us during this journey companying us with short intervals. Amazing, isn’t it?

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Lily’s first trip out of Poland’s lockdown period


The first day of summer and the first trip during Covid-19. I’d share you my hiking on three different trails with my coordinator and family members.

We went to Brenna from Wola at 9:00. As I remember it takes almost 1 hour (maybe 15 mins more or less). Directly we went in Brenna and start our adventure.

It was very pleasant almost 16-kilometres long walk in Brenna. We started hiking on blue trail which later on merged with yellow one and then it finished on green trail. The day was 24th of May.

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