So far, it’s been a month of upside downs. But let me begin with a song.
This is the right rhythm for March. Slow, rainy and mostly boring, besides the week where my boyfriend visited me. It’s quite silly because he came only one week after I left Norway, but well, his work schedule is quite specific.
We stayed in the same room as in January, with a really easy connection with trams and shopping mall, because it didn’t require any further research for an apartment from us. And we both are kinda busy so it was quite handy to just take the same place. Airbnb – really recommended. The best and cheapest options for a short stay. (This photo above is maybe too much blurring of background so sorry for that).
We were really unlucky with the weather, it was autumn-ish all over again. Cloudy, rainy and almost no sun whatsoever. We had to use a taxi many times because of the showers and pouring rain. I don’t recommend visiting Szczecin in March, a shady weather whole month basically.
Okay so this happened… we went to a Japanese restaurant… to eat sushi and drink sake. That’s nothing unusual because many people nowadays go to those places, but we never went and never even tried such food. I was saying that I want to try sushi for last year or more maybe and finally the time has come. It wasn’t anything special, but an interesting taste definitely. And the wasabi almost burnt my nose, I don’t know how that works really (disclaimer: I ate it, didn’t put it in my nose).
Since my partner came to Poland first time, I was saying that I want to show him Międzyzdroje, which is a seaside city, one hour with train from Szczecin. It’s nothing fancy schmancy, but it has a lovely pier, quite a long one. It was too windy to stand there too long, even though generally it wasn’t that cold. The city itself is quite empty because it’s not a season yet, but few coffee shops were open, thankfully.
In Szczecin, we went as per usual for a couple of beers, particularly for my favorite, Guinness. I never can get over how tasty it is! Black beers are the winners. And of course, we visited some restaurant, beside this Japanese one (not to be rude, but you can’t be like fully full with just sushi). It was Karczma Polska pod Kogutem and they serve really tasty traditional polish food. I recommend it, but it’s a little bit pricey for a student.
I hope you guys enjoyed this post, even though I didn’t have much time to work on it due to my bachelor which I have to write. But I tried to put more effort into editing photos and experiment a little bit with blurring the background, I hope it doesn’t look so lame.
Have nice Sunday guys and see you on Wednesday!