Marysia of My Travel Affairs calls herself the The Luckiest Girl in the world and if you read her blog for any length of time you will see that her positivity and enthusiasm is contagious. This Polish dynamo will not be pinned down. She has studied law, fashion, loves art. She can jetset and backpack in the same week! She admits to being a little OCD, but I say never stop going!
Let’s meet Marysia!
 When and how did you become a traveler?
I truly believe that I have always been a traveler deep down. I believe that we are born explorers. I think like travel is the most natural thing in the world. I can’t possibly think about anything else that make me a happier human being.
But outside of big words and back to reality I started seriously traveling in 2005 and super seriously in 2008.
 What is travel to you in 10 words or less?
Passion, total addiction, reality and hopefully my future forever.
 What is your favorite mode of transportation and why?
I think I like trains and boats the most. I used to really liked flying but after so many years and uncountable amount of flights I have taken in my life I really became to dislike flying.
Of course I do not talk about flying by small Cessna above Himalayas, more about long hauls and commercial airlines.
When I’m already at my destination it doesn’t get better than public transport, no matter how uncomfortable, I just love the experience!
 What do you typically do while traveling by plane?
As I have mentioned before I really do not like flying anymore so my main priority is too fall as sleep as soon as possible and waking up after landing.
If for some reason it is impossible I read or deal with my pictures.
 What is your favorite travel memory involving food?
I have lots of memories involving food because I love food, I’m a real foodie, ready to travel places strictly for this matter.
Ice creams in Valparaiso in Chile, little Taco hole in the wall in Santa Barbara, searching for dog soup in Seoul and amazing sweets in Iran.
 Where to next?
I’m currently in Tel Aviv for next few weeks, than Athens for TBEX. Home at least for a week, than Milan to visit a friend and Sri Lanka till just before Christmas.
I have this Golden Rule in life that I’m always back home for Christmas no matter what!
And I must admit that this rule is often a cause of some crazy travel stories.
How about you? What would you like to know about Marysia?
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