Hi! Welcome on our blog. At the beginning we want to say that we are very happy that you are here and we hope that you will stay with us for longer 🙂
Who are we?
Polegytravels is us, Ola and Mohamed, Polish Egyptian couple who are in love in travelling. We work full time and we travel the world in our free time. So far we have already visited 26 countries in 3 continents. In general we travel wherever we can and however we can although what we like most is travelling Europe by car. We blog and vlog about travels, Egypt, life in a mixed relationship. Our dream is to make a trip around the world!
We have been travelling together for 6 years. At the beginning we visited Poland and Egypt, then we started to visit the rest of Europe. In 2017 we went for the first road trip to Germany, Liechtenstein, Italy and Slovenia. We slept in the car, cooked on our own… this is how we started travelling in Europe by car. After that we traveled around Spain and to Gibraltar for 3 weeks, we made a road trip to the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, last year we went to the Balkans and this year we have already been on a road trip in Romania and Bulgaria.
Where have we been?
Countries (and dependent territories) that we have visited: Poland, Egypt, Germany, France, Spain, Gibraltar, Portugal, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Italy, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania, Bulgaria, Indie.
Apart from that I have also traveled to South Korea and Mohamed went to South Africa, China and Hong Kong.
How do we travel?
On our blog we want to show that everyone can travel and you don’t really need so much money for it. What you need is a dream, plan and a bit of savings. For us the most important thing about travelling is being open-minded, getting to know new places and cultures without judging the way of life of other people. We can learn something from everyone. Different origin, culture or religion are never an obstacle to stop us from becoming friends. On the contrary, it allows us to know the country from a completely different side, see the daily life of the people.