About

As goes a Chinese saying “Life is a journey”. As a little girl I dreamt about travelling.. and now when I grew up, this dream has come true. I am eager to share my travel experiences, mainly from Asia and Europe.

I like to travel, see new places and taste local food, do new things and enjoy the colours of life!

I am also interested in painting, fashion and literature… I look forward to share my experiences with you!

Check out my InstagramΒ and Youtube for even more photo stories πŸ™‚

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240 Comments

  1. Erik Von Norden

    Thank you very much for the “like” of my recent guest post on First Night History. I read and enjoyed your own blog, Spicy Road.

    As you may know, I am working on a history book-blog of my own, which can be seen at [one word] theoryofirony.com, then clicking on either the β€œsample chapter” or β€œblog” buttons at the top. My Rube Goldberg brain asks with an odd, well-caffeinated kind of logic: Why is there an inverse proportion between the size of the print and the importance of the message? Science. Commerce. Art. Literature. Military. Religion. I call this eccentric thinking the Theory of Irony and if your busy schedule permits, give a read and leave a comment.

    Regards,
    Erik Von Norden

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  2. aftravelsblog

    Hello!

    This is Chris and Ashley from Almost Fearless Travels (www.aftravelsblog.com), we just found your website and we love it! There is nothing more that we love than travel and food πŸ™‚ We are starting a new series called “A Day in the life of” and were wondering if you wanted to participate. Basically, we ask that you provide us with a day by day sample itinerary (of about 3-5 days) of what you would do as a traveller. If you are interested we can send you more information.

    We also have a Tuesday Talks series where we interview fellow travellers, asking them straight forward questions that people love to read about. If that interests you more we can send you information about that as well.

    In both segments we allow travellers to post as many links back to their site as they wish, in exchange for social media exposure back to our website.

    Looking forward to your response!
    Ashley & Chris

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    1. Kamila Pala

      Hi, nice to meet you! Really pleased you liked my blog and thank you very much for your offer πŸ™‚ Be honest, I am really busy in this moment…and I have no time for your interesting project. But I wish you – Happy Blogging! – Bye and lovely Easter. Kamila

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  3. Prudhomme

    Hello Kamila! You are my 400th follower on my blog so I decided to check yours out. What a pleasant surprise to see what a wonderful travel blog you have here! I too love traveling but wish I could do more of it. Instead I’ll live vicariously through your own words and photos of those places in Asia and Europe I might not be able to visit. Thanks for sharing your travels!

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  4. flywithshaunak

    Hi Kamila, happened to visit your blog accidentally but ultimately glad to have come here. Lots of great information to read and note. Great work. I wish goodluck and hope to keep following your trails. πŸ™‚

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      1. flywithshaunak

        Whoa Kamila… I realize you haven’t yet visited India ??? A land with so much geographical & cultural diversity, unique people habits changing every 20 miles, vibrancy in the atmosphere, yet cheap by USD/GBP/EUR standards… I invite you to visit my land. Please come, explore the place like no other.

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  5. Jim in IA

    Thanks for your visit and follow of JAR Blog. I hope you find interesting things to read. You are always welcome. Don’t hesitate to ask questions or comment. ❓

    I liked your Scotland post from last year. We were there in 1999 to visit the McNeil sites of my wife’s family. Got all the way out to Barra…way out there. Gotta go back again soon.

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  6. Thom Hickey

    Thanks very much for following The Immortal Jukebox Kamila. I hope you will enjoy lots of entertaining writing and the wide variety of music. I usually post once a week. Please feel free to add comments. If it’s been a while since you visited come on over and see what’s new! Good luck with your fine blog. Regards Thom.

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  7. Sandhya

    Kamila,
    I learn so much from your blog about the different cultures and your photographs are just beautiful and speak volumes !That is why I have nominated you for the Premio Dardos award. Please find all the details here-https://indfused.wordpress.com/2015/07/29/3-awards-in-july/

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  8. thatssojacob

    Hey there Kamila! Just clicking around the blogosphere and commenting on blogs that I think are fun and interesting, and you’re one of them. October is my birthday month, so consider this an invitation to my month-long birthday party. Hope to see you over at That’s So Jacob sometime!

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  9. kiwidutch

    Kamila Pala

    You had me at “Food & Travel” … lol … Someone after my own heart !

    May I ask which country is normally “home” for you when you are not abroad tasting good food and seeing the sights?

    It’s always good to share tips “from a local” for your next trip, like us your “to see” list is probably very long indeed. I think that some of us are destined to be semi-professional nomads, even if our trips are short.
    Lovely to see your wonderful blog πŸ™‚

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