About Kasia Writes
Hi, I’m Kasia. This blog is really a description of what I do – kasia writes – and it’s a digital diary of the places I’ve visited. Sometimes I write about blogging and travelling in general to show the behind the scenes of what is like to write and travel.
There are so many wonderful places in this world and we have a limited amount of time to visit them. I try to see as many as I can, and let’s be honest, that bucket list isn’t getting any smaller.
As a history major, I am constantly trying to visit the places I’ve read about so I can walk in the foot steps of those that came before me. The world is an old place where cultures and civilizations have come and gone, leaving behind a whole slew of must-see structures and places with significant importance. Being there, seeing them and touching what has been there for centuries is an unbelievable experience, one that I love most about travelling.
My love for history makes me look at things from that perspective. I always love learning about the places I visit and immerse myself in the past. There are many places that I have loved so far and I can’t wait to add more to this list.
My love for travel has taken me to many places around the world. Each brought a new and exciting set of experiences, impressions and memories. Travel has enriched my life not only by providing opportunities to visit exotic and unique places, but also by exposing me to different cultures and meeting new people.
I have always wanted to be Indiana Jones. Then Lara Croft. I wanted to work for National Geographic and travel the world to capture it with words and images. Now, as a travel blogger, I get to do just that.
I have an extensive background in communications, social media and economic development. In the past, I have worked with international companies, start-ups, tourism organizations and the media.
For collaborations, PR and related enquiries contact me at kasiawrites [at] gmail.com.
This is my journey through the seven continents, one country at a time. Enjoy!
“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta