Are you looking for an easy, cost effective, few ingredients bread recipe? Here it is!
Very cute Christmas project that even a 4 year old can do!
Easy project from materials easily available.
After 14 months of wanderings, it's time to finish the journey. This is the missing, long overdue report from the last part of our trip.
Recycling at its best! Cute, yet simple project for a fashionista.
Great camping, pantry, nutricious family dinner for $10!
Portland is one of those cities that you either love or hate. We visited downtown for only a few hours, but we got the essence of it: naked bike riders, gay pride festivals, homeless people dancing in the streets, etc...
My obsession continues. What else can you turn a toilet paper tube into? How about some chocolate boxes..
Unlike normal people, we hate weekend. And Memorial Day is probably the worst of them...
Forced to cut our visit to Yosemite short, we thought we were not going to see much...boy we were wrong
From Grand Canyon to Fresno, California. We are on the move, but hoping to be able to stop somewhere for at least a week. By now, setting up and folding down the camp is our second nature....
For a real foddie it is like going to Disnayland for a kid. A recent visit to glamorous Whole Foods was quite the eye opener, certainly not my first choice in the future. Here is why...
A little rewind... still posts from SMA that I did not have time to publish. How to make a beautiful mobil from recycled materials.
Just a quick update on our whereabouts. Don't really have enough time for a longer text...
Wild donkeys roaming free in the desert, at night come out from their hiding places to check out trash cans and drink water from the fountains.
Almost ready to leave, but catching up on some posts that should have been written long time ago...
Some people are better suited for the traveling life. Seems as they take it seriously. In comparison, we fly by the seat of our pants...
The Holy Week preceding Easter Sunday is one of the most festive times in Mexico. Semana Santa draws crowds to the beaches.
We have left San Miguel de Allende, but that's not the end of the road yet. Actually, very, very far from it!
To say goodbye to beautiful SMA I present a gallery of the colorful doors that I found wondering around town.
Spring has arrived in San Miguel de Allende and the town blossomed.
After visiting one of the biggest pyramids of the Ancient World, we weren't expecting to be impressed with something more spectacular that same day. As usual we were wrong, very wrong...
Time to leave San Miguel de Allende. We loved it here, and we'll definitely keep it dear in our hearts, but it's time to start a slow descent back to reality.
Just in time for St Patrick's Day a lucky shamrock made out of... a toilet paper tube.
What do do with an old egg carton and a tpilet paper tube? See for yourself!
Agnieszka, our fitness expert shares a few insights about lifting weights. Ladies only:-)
A recipe for an uncommon, nutritious and very tasty dessert!
There are so many misconceptions regarding this fruit, Agnieszka decided to clear them up.
Fast and easy receipe for nutricion packed dessert. Your Family will love it!
Wake up in the morning and there are Indians playing drums and dancing in front of your windows. Only in Mexico!
Christians came to convert and safe the indigenous people of Mexico. Now, the ancient civilizations are extinct and their sacred structures are literally topped with Christian temples...
Caution: This article is only for people with nerves of steel and serious appetites! Agnieszka shares the intimate details of Mexican cuisine specialties.
Our Sabbatical would have been much more complicated if I was still blind as a bat. Fortunately, the marvels of today's medicine liberated me from prescription eye glasses, and allowed my son to climb my head any time of the day!
Agnieszka shares her beauty secrets and explains how to save hundreds of dollars, while treating yourself to a SPA-like experience.
Agnieszka unravels the secrets of an ancient old natural antibiotic that helps us stay healthy in the most difficult situations.
If you have small kids, chances are you spend quite considerable time on playgrounds. You can either read a book, run after your kids or... do some exercise! Agnieszka explains how she turns every playing field into a membership free jungle gym.
A recipe for some yummy (and very healthy) pancakes.
We've been traveling for almost 7 months now. In that time we had only one case of a mild fever and two ticks. Agnieszka explains what we do to stay healthy on the road.
A few savoir-vivre tips for tourists crazy enough to visit San Miguel de Allende, Mexico or any less civilized country in general.
Finally we understood that our Sabbatical is nothing, but a big mistake. An old friend of mine pointed it out gracefully. He also shared a few reasons to avoid Mexico.
The biggest colonial town in Central Mexico is always sunny and inviting. Despite being very European, it is quintessentially Mexican.
Mexico is a wonderful country, but despite it's unquestionable qualities, there are a few things we'd love to see changed.
The New Years Eve of our dreams - beach party, Ocean... contaminated sand, storm, floods and tons of garbage.
For many it's just an ordinary, blue house. For others it's the most sacred place in the heart of Mexico.
The first pre-Columbian ruins we've visited in Mexico guard secrets of their founders. Some of them, we were about to discover. Against our will...
Sir Edward James filled this garden with concrete sculptures and turned a piece of subtropical Mexican jungle into a surrealistic gallery.
First of all, we're all safe and sound. Last few days have been challenging, but we've survived. Today, directly from a beautiful town of Puebla, I'd like to wish you all that your dreams come true in this New (and definitely not last) Year of 2012...! And by popular demand...
The Sabbatical finally explained in numbers.
From the heart of Mexico, to all our loyal readers - Feliz Navidad! We want to wish you a Merry Christmas!
Getting ready for Christmas, Mexican style. A short update on what we've been busy with in the last few days and how we plan to spend the Holidays.
Our kids are 3 and 7 years old. They both speak fluently two languages, now they're learning a third one. This post explain our approach.
Alex, our youngest scamp presents an instructional video for all his fellow misfits in the World. In this short video, he'll explain, how to prepare a 'delicioso' lemonade.
Agnieszka explains how she stays fit on the road. Experience based practical advice for travelling families and stay home moms alike.
Short on cash this Christmas? Are you conscious about our environment? Here's a simple Christmas Tree project you can do with your kids.
Fireworks and great music, a true feast for the senses. Fernando de la Mora gave a great concert in park Allende.
Our "Family Philosophy" explained. As of a week ago, I didn't know that we had one, today I list all (or most) of it's rules.
Is a cold autumn day possible in San Miguel de Allende? Apparently so. We were exposed to one recently. The one of five every year, when you wish there was some sort of heating here. To warm up, we went to a rodeo - Mexican style!
We've been hacked! Almost...
Not only the Parents, but the entire Family is now involved in creating this blog. Today, Nadia and Alex explain what is Jugo Verde and how you can prepare one at home.
Agnieszka offers a glimpse of Mexican cuisine. She talks about observed eating habits, food nutritional values and typical dishes.
What would you do if you end up in a strange country, not knowing the language, not having any friends and your child was about to turn seven years old...? We improvised...
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It's not only roses here in San Miguel de Allende. This town has it's problems and I'm about to disclose all of them (whether I want that or not).
A couple weeks late, but still wort it - a few pictures illustrating the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) celebrations in San Miguel de Allende.
The Sabbatical trip is dead, long live the Sabbatical!
We are in Mexico! And despite all the negative press, we love it here!
Last minute preparations before we cross the border. Or have we crossed is already? Is Laredo still in the USA...?
After leaving New Orleans we couldn't find a place good enough to stay longer than a few days, which means we're ready for the next milestone - Mexico, here we come!
Welcome on the bayou! A field trip to New Orleans earns us Junior Ranger badges and a real pirate story!
Greek street festival in Pensacola draws a people from all walks of life. For one night we all were Greek.
We've visited the military base in Pensacola, walked on board aircraft carrier and piloted a few planes. Well, almost...
Another week on a dreamy island proves that life on a beach is not bad at all. Sometimes windy, but overall very pleasant.
Chattahoochee and Fort Pickens are two completely different places, but for some reason we like them both.
The Zen of life and how a broken wheel bearing can ruin your life.
First impressions after couple of days in Jacksonville.
I wish we had more time to waste in Savannah. It's a truly marvelous city - laid back and very friendly, even though not really bicycle friendly.
For the first time in our life, we had to fight with our lunch before consuming it. An interesting experience indeed.
Being a beach bum is a state of mind. It does really help to have a beach to bum on, but many of us can’t do that year round. We enjoy our time right here, right now.
Life in the jungle is fun!
How a town in the middle of nowhere turns out to be one of the most interesting stops so far.
Our life in the woods and how busy your life can be when you have no regular job.
Fun time on the lake including a free lesson in knee boarding for Agnieszka and Nadia.
Four states in two days - a story of an epic storm, flooding and search for a better weather.
A new food series by Agnieszka. Introducing Kimchi.
A short update on our whereabouts in the last few weeks.
Looking for ancestors in small villages in the Czech Republic.
On our way from Gmunden to the Czech republic, we've stopped for a couple of hours in Vienna.
A second trip in the mountains, this time much higher and... much more comfortable (despite terrible weather at first).
A day at the farm.
The way to the top of Grünberg, a major accomplishment for the younger members of the Family Quest and what it takes to convince the Captain to the Austrian health system.
How the Bajans become part of the next German super production (we hope), how to turn any meal into Bavarian traditional and where not to park in the city center.
An afternoon in Strasbourg, a vibrant city on the French - German border.
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A walk in the old town and in the French german Gardens of Saarbrucken.
A visit to wolfs park, a small petting zoo and a kids play area in Merzig.
A quick lunch and a short walk around the city on our way to Family in Saarland.
A medieval commerce town with a slight communist twist.
A trip around Europe - first stop: Wrocław. This is a wonderful, large city with rich history, warm and inviting atmosphere. Our first encounter was a bit wet, but soon turned out to be an excellent experience.
How dreams become reality, even if painful at my parents house. The first few weeks of our Sabbatical are nice and quiet. Not really...
How crossing a bridge I stumbled upon an interesting story and why I had to spent hours researching Italian love stories.
Weather in Poland can change in an instant. Today the sunny, hot and humid turned into cold and soaking wet in just few minutes. Fortunately at the time we were in the car, unfortunately we had cover 60 miles in very limited visibility.
Today we have failed. We didn't manage to arrange everything we needed to at the Registry Office, we run of of cash and patience. Instead we've taken a stroll in the city center.
International language school at Amelung pond or how to teach your kids few words you'd prefer to forget yourself.
A few pictures taken in the oldest part of Chorzów on a cloudy day. This part of town reminds me the most of the hometown I remember from times growing up here.
The road trip planning began. How we plan to spend the next few weeks travelling around Europe and how tight keeping family helps with tight finances.
What is "Oberschlesien", why I call it home and why my Parents hate my guts at four o'clock in the morning.
What's the fastest way to attract male companions using female accessories and how to squeeze your house to a shoe box.
How to erroneously make tons of friends, why you should never mix Jannis Joplin with a glass of red and why a perfectly legitimate farewell can cause pangs of conscience.
Packing strategies revealed, it means how (not?) to pack a car for a long road trip and what to better leave behind.
Put the stick in the corner and feed that carrot to your donkey! We don't need to be managed to be efficient, just give us a little breathing room and we thrive.
How to cope with stress at work, and about the importance of having detailed plans. In other words, hope for the best, but have a plan... or at least a very preliminary rough idea draft of a plan.
How experienced travelers apply common sense to everyday situations to make sure they don't miss a chance to get soaking wet on their way to work.
How living abroad changes your friends and Family and why it's easier to tell stories when no one listens (Schrödinger's cat).
Why loosing focus is bad, loosing Focus is not. How your mind's clarity depends on bugs in your teeth and what to do on a curve.
How positive thinking can help you score a coffee, that a "free lunch" actually do exist in nature and that allergies can be cured by placing stones on your forehead by German witch doctors.
What's the difference between exit strategy and an exit interview and how to find a bargain in our neck of the woods.
It took a fair bit of courage to announce our Sabbatical to my employers. But their reaction was more surprising then I have imagined.
We reveal our strategy for funding a year long Sabbatical road trip, which will take our family around North and Central Americas.
The decision about the Gap Year has been taken, now it's time to start preparations to spend a year out traveling with kids. There's so many things to take care of...
Our Gap Year starts soon. Until recently, we didn't know exactly when though. Yesterday, the situation has changed. We have an official start date, which means there's no way back now!
Life is (generally) good. But it's also short. Too short to be wasted behind a desk, in a suburban neighborhood, living the American Dream.