Discovering our World

Travel, beauty, fashion, style and lifestyle blog by Ashley Liddle

Discovering our World

How to plan a trip from beginning

When planning a trip, it is important not to have unrealistic expectations. Do not stress if things do not go according to plan. All we need is to move forward. You cannot expect that the trip will be perfect and… Continue Reading…


Last Month

August – definitely one of my favorite months. Hot days, warm evenings, full summer and my birthday. We would like to show you in a short photo relation how our August looked this year.Sierpień – zdecydowanie jeden z moich ulubionych… Continue Reading…


10 best – beaches in Orange County

Picking the best beaches in Orange County isn’t easy. With 42 miles of sandy coastline and a string of small, eclectic beach towns, Orange County delivers the quintessential Southern California experience. Located between San Diego to the south and Los… Continue Reading…


Helena Modjeska and her “Arden”

When I am showing tourists around Los Angeles, I am usually being asked by my guests to show them mainly Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Malibu, Santa Monica, or the standard places described in many guidebooks. Meanwhile, on my blog I would… Continue Reading…


Savvy traveler – traveling with pets

Animals accompany us every day, which is why we often travel with them using various means of transportation. Today I wanted to focus on traveling by car. Traveling by car with a pet can be very convenient, but it can… Continue Reading…


What may surprise you upon arrival in the USA

The United States is different. And it is not about purely cultural differences or those resulting from a confusing history – for me, as an European many things that are on the agenda there may seem shocking. I have regretted… Continue Reading…


Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree National Park is located in southeastern California, just 140 miles (225 kilometers) from Los Angeles and 49 miles (78 kilometers) from Palm Springs. It is definitely not one of the most famous parks in the USA. So is… Continue Reading…


Where do the superstitions come from?

People had to explain to themselves things they did not understand, and they explained it the best they could. These beliefs have survived for centuries, because it is easier to live by believing in something. Friday the 13th, black cat,… Continue Reading…


“Coffee is a language in itself.”

Today I would like to invite you to indulge into a history of one of the most popular, next to tea, drink, loved by the millions – coffee. The word coffee sounds very similar in many languages. The Arabs call… Continue Reading…


Polish traces in America part two – Panna Maria, Texas

Our journey in the footsteps of Polish settlers in North America started in Jamestown, Virginia. Today we will follow those footsteps all the way to Texas. And why there, to the south-west state so far away from the east coast… Continue Reading…