Warsaw is where the heart is

Firstly, I want to apologise for letting my blog go dormant for so long. I was tied up with writing the column articles on the odyssey and my book (to be announced soon).

This is the fifth segment of my Rail Odyssey which took me to Warsaw, published by The Star newspaper in Malaysia. You can see the link at the bottom of this page.

My journey to Warsaw from Berlin is where I started being seriously worried about language problems as I was leaving Central Europe where English is more widely spoken.

17. Saying goodble to my host, Zubaidah at Berlin Central on my way to Warsaw. (Photo by Zubaidah Aziz)

I was so reluctant to leave the warmth and comfort of my newly-found friend, Zubaidah’s home. She has become like a sister to me in the three nights we were together.



I made friends with a budding journalist and travel writer, Michal Szymko who regaled me (and scared me) with his tales of doing the Trans-Siberian rail journey. 7. With receptionist Michal Szymko and Korean guests at the Top Floor Hostel

Read all about it here:

http://www.star2.com/travel/europe/2017/03/12/train-of-thought-warsaw-is-where-the-heart-is/Warsaw is where the heart is




About travelogical

A travel writer who sees the world through the fresh eyes of a child.
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