I share my passion and inspire people to follow their travel dreams through organizing slide shows. These usually take place in café shops, hotels, schools, universities, libraries or during travel festivals.
My presentations last about 60-90 minutes. There is a lot of interesting facts about visited countries, pictures, short videos, funny stories, tips on how to organize travel and of course time for your questions.
Are you interested in organizing a presentation with me?
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Australia – powered by nature, February 10th, 18:00, WBPG Filia Naukowa, Gdańsk
Australia – powered by nature, March 8th, 18:00, Sztuka Wyboru, Gdańsk
Australia – powered by nature, February 22nd, 18:00, Festiwal Włóczykij, Gryfino
Kia Ora – in 3 months around New Zealand: January 26th, 18:00, Sztuka Wyboru, Gdańsk
Kia Ora – in 3 months around New Zealand: November 26th, 18:00, GAK Plama, Gdańsk
Available topics of presentations
Australia – powered by nature
Such nature as in Australia is nowhere else in the world. Animal lovers are delighted to see crocodiles, whales, koalas, kangaroos, dingoes, wombats, Tasmanian devils and other unique animals in their natural habitat. Australia landscapes and its scale will take your breath away: huge open spaces, desert wilderness, canyons, ocean cliffs, the largest coral reef system in the world.
I spent 3 months in Australia, covering over 23,000 km in a van converted into a mini motorhome. I will tell you all about travel planning, life in the car, diving on the Great Barrier Reef and the spectacular sights in Red Centre.
Kia Ora – 3 months around New Zealand
By using two simple words – Kia Ora – you can say hello, express your gratitude, greet someone or just establish a relationship. The phrase comes from the Maori language and is used widely in New Zealand.
New Zealand was the first stop during my nearly one-year trip. I spent 3 months there, travelling in a minivan converted into a house on wheels and covering over 13,000 km. Volcanoes, geysers, fjords, glaciers, the Southern Alps with the dominant Mount Cook and Maori culture made my trip unforgettable.
I will tell you all about travel planning, organizing a car, night search for kiwi, the most beautiful trekking routes and the most interesting cities.
Tour du Mont Blanc – the iconic alpine hike
The Tour de Mont Blanc (TMB) is considered as one of the classic and most beautiful treks in the Alps. It runs around the entire Mont Blanc massif and although you won’t conquer the top of the highest mountain in this part of Europe, it allows to cover at least 170 km (depending on the variants you choose) and experience a mountain adventure with a view of the spectacular king of the Alps.
Indonesia – unity in diversity
Two months in the country took me though several islands: Bali, Lombok, Gilis, Flores, Komodo, Java and Sumatra. How many islands are there in total? More than 17.5 thousand! The differences in culture, landscape and beliefs can be and indeed are huge. Let me show you amazing volcanoes, traditional villages, komodo dragons and orangutans in their natural habitat.
Samoa – the Polynesian treasure
Polynesian island country consists of two main islands, Savai’i and Upolu, two smaller inhabited islands, Manono and Apolima as well as several small uninhabited islands. Interestingly, it is said the word tattoo is actually derived from the Polynesian word tatua, and the art of Samoan tattoos is reminiscent of the very first tattoos ever produced by man. I had the pleasure to stay on the island during the Easter holidays and see how locals celebrate this important day.
Main Sudetes Trail – long-distance hike in Poland
Lockdown due to COVID-19 made me discover my own country more and nothing is better than doing it slowly, hiking through villages and mountain ranges along the way. On the distance of over 440 km, it offers scenic views of Karkonosze Mountains, a passage through the rock labyrinths of the Table Mountains and encounter with history in Srebrna Góra, Złoty Stok, Duszniki Zdrój and many more.
Myanmar – the land of pagodas
It’s hard to look at any direction without seeing golden pagodas rising to the sky. The country has over 130 ethnic groups and visiting their traditional villages is one of the best experiences in South East Asia. On top of it, most tourists head to Thailand and Myanmar can still be considered as the destination off-the-beaten-track. I spent here 3 weeks visiting Yangon, well know Bagan and Mandalay, as well as Inle Lake and several other places where seeing a white face, is still not very common.
Austria – around the lakes and Alpine ranges
Salzkammergut is an Austrian region of lakes and Alpine ranges near Salzburg. It’s a real paradise for all nature enthusiasts: hiking, biking, kayaking or just driving on mountains roads with endless breathtaking serpentines. Salzburg is also a birthplace of the famous composer – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.