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Włodek Nielipiński,  author of the travel blog “Mr. Garlic on Travel” is currently on a journey through Southeast Asia. Starting from Poland through Sweden, Włodek will visit Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia and Singapore. The tour will cover almost 35 thousand kilometers. Currently Włodek is in Singapore and in a talk with Mariusz Soltanifar comments about his expedition.


On 6 September 2015, after 1,5 days of climbing, the whole Tagas Expedition Team (Maciek Bedrejczuk, Maciek Janczar, Tomek Klimczak and Marcin Wernik) stood on top of the untouched summit at the height of 5809 metres above sea level (Lachit Valley, Pakistan), marking a Rolling (D) Ice route on the northern slope. On the way up the team had to deal with hard ice, unplanned camping in space blankets as well as bad weather on the second day of climbing, which lasted until they came back to the base camp. The whole mountain adventure took three days from leaving the base to coming back. The name of the summit will be selected by the donors who supported the expedition through the PolakPotrafi website.

The expedition is held under Link to Poland’s media patronage.

Do you remember a tiny village called Poland in the Pacific Ocean that Dariusz Zdziech told us about in his articles? Another phase of the Poland Helps Poland Project has just started. We can all join in!

The project is held under Link to Poland’s media patronage.

Kamil Knapczyk, a young and dynamic traveller, has decided to go around the United Stated in a small Fiat 126p, which he bought for 1,200 PLN (approx. 312 USD) . The car was sailed to New York on 20 May. From that moment on, together with his girlfriend Natalia, they have been continuing their journey through life, traversing ever more kilometres.

Link to Poland joins the media in supporting this incredible project, and reports on the experience to date, 30 days into the journey.

560 km, 13 days and 25 kg on his back – in July this year Rafał Bauer will face one of the most unfriendly landscapes on Earth and he will do it in record time. The aim of his expedition is a lonely traverse of Iceland from its northernmost point, Rifstangi, to the southernmost point, Kotlutangi. All this will be done without getting any food supplies on the way and with no help from outside.

The expedition is held under Link to Poland’s media patronage.