Here is a copy of my Traveling From Mexico Blog page that shares with you some of the interesting food from around the world that were a part of my travels!
The place from where my Father Teodor originated……….. My father was an Polish immigrant into the USA in the 1950’s, so back in 2008 I decided his escape from Poland story must be told. I did lots of research and finally decided that a trip to Poland was in order in the spring of 2009. … More Zyrardow, Poland
I am off again for a quick trip to Denver next weekend to celebrate my mother’s 85th birthday. This time my flights are a little bit more compact and I will not have to overnight in Houston on the way back to Puerto Vallarta. But I decided this time to go ahead and get my … More Traveling and Testing during Covid-19–Part 2
As I continue to sit around and plan, plan, and do more planing for the future of my trips both booked and bucket listed; I found an interesting app for my phone called Places Been. I spent a little time marking the places that I have been and to my surprise the count of countries … More Places Been App
Since my new travel plans continue to get canceled for this year, I will reflect one of my past travels that included this Polish border town called Wroclaw (pronounced vrots-wahf). As a part of my research for the heritage of my father’s escape from Poland right after WWII, I traveled by train to this historically … More Wroclaw, Poland
I made some plans a few months ago, thinking coronavirus would be more resolved than it is right now! But today I’m going to Denver, Colorado from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico during these times. I already have been nervous because of the various shut downs, blocks to visitors from certain countries, and now even states. Checking, … More Traveling to USA during Covid-19 and Returning to Mexico!
After spending a few days in Warsaw, Poland area while researching the history of my father and his family in 2009; I planned to spend a few days in Krakow, Poland as well. I discovered a world city that has so much history, religious significance, and old world culture. Located on the Vistula River with … More Krakow, Poland
During my trip in 2009 to research the origin of my roots in Poland, I spent some time exploring the city of Warsaw, Poland. It is a multicultural city that provides lots of historical references, but also incorporates the busy skyline of any modern world capital city. Many people do not realize that Warsaw was … More Warsaw (Warszawa), Poland
As a part of my first trip to Poland while I was doing research about the origins of my father’s family from Zyrardow, Poland; I took a side trip to visit the fabulous city of Krakow, Poland. Considered to be one of the oldest operating salt mines in the world, it has been mining salt … More Wieliczka Salt Mine, Krakow Poland
On my cruise in 2013 to Istanbul, Turkey, I was on a day tour to Ephesus to see the ruins. Along the way the tour guide makes us stop at a Turkish Carpet store, supposedly to just see how these quality carpets are made. Yea, right! We entered the show room area which was just … More My Turkish Carpet Buying Experience!