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Natural Born Vagabond™ is a bilingual (English and Polish) site devoted to travel photography and journalism. Here you can find images and articles from our remote travels. The ambition of the creators is to share the best stories with those who crave wilderness and adventure. If you would like to share your opinions or travel stories please contact us via e-mail.

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Recent Articles

Up in the clouds

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While watching beautiful northern skies I’m always wondering if it’s possible to paint all the heavenly colors without falling into a kitsch trap. This thought stopped me from trying until this summer.
Series of beautiful cumulus clouds done in my favorite watercolor technique now available on our travel blog art shop. (more…)

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Interview for The National

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We got interviewed by a lovely Andrea Anastasiou for an article in the business and personal finance section of The National. It was fun to participate, and we appreciate the opportunity to share our travel experiences with a wider audience. Our blog got mentioned too! Read the full article: How UAE residents can travel the world – on the cheap.

Photo courtesy of Reem Falaknaz.

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Singapur da się lubić!

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Nad wizytą w Singapurze nie zastanawialiśmy się zbyt długo. Upolowaliśmy bilety w promocyjnej cenie, spakowaliśmy małe niezbędniki do bagażu podręcznego i ruszylismy w drogę. Trudno uwierzyć, ale było to już ponad dwa lata temu – w maju 2014 roku.

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Samen, ramen and a dancing squid

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14-day foodie adventure in Japan in a nutshell:

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Being a tourist in your own city.

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The city fabric. What makes a city tick? The rhythm of the streets? The bustle of the people? How can cities become great places to inspire fresh ideas and offer a high quality of life to its residents?

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