Sunday, 17 May 2015

5 places to see in Dublin...ish

Rain jacket. Check.
Camera. check.
Backpack. Check.

So you came to Dublin and after having your obligatory pint of Guinness and having walked Grafton Street there and back few times, you might have even hopped on the Viking bus, you wonder - what will I do for the rest of my holidays? First of all it is not raining... all the time. Surprise! You cannot use this excuse and stay in the hotel or in the pub until your flight. After all those pints of Guinness in Fair City aren't the cheapest. Get on the train. Go north or south. Take a bus to Glendalough. You will love the trip beyond the pint if you see those breathtaking places. Although technically it is not Dublin any more it is at its doorstep.

Not convinced yet? Well, have a look at the pictures...


Enjoy the walk around the village or the peninsula, the market and the fresh fish!

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Five plus one

Today I have a riddle for you. Guess what book this is. I am sure that you all know it. And if not it is time to get to know it :)

It's colourful.

And it's self-coloured as well.

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

"Children's philosophizing" by Oscar Brenifier and Jérôme Ruillier

This series of books is called "Children's philosophizing". They were published in French and the ones that you can see in the pictures are in Polish. I don't think that they were translated into English. I am sure however that there are other valuable books full of philosophical questions for kids. If you know of any please let me know?

I translated some of the questions and answers from the books that we have. For every question there are few answers given that indicate different thinking paths and different very often contradictory answers. Well, this is life. Never simple.