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Happy belated Thanksgiving to all my American friends and loved ones! And yes Americans, if you can believe it in other parts of the world it is just a normal day with no crazy Black Friday shopping to look forward to or turkey dinner served. Maciek was home sick from school so I had an eventful Thanksgiving day. First I decided it would be fun to find some cute ideas for Turkey and Pilgrim drawings so I started drawing, and Maciek copied my images. He did a great job ...
... So wish me luck! I was looking forward to group lessons as a way to meet people but unfortunately the schools here are rather disorganized so hopefully in the Spring I will start a group course.
Well I think I have made up for the time gap between posts! So hope you all enjoy reading the insane thoughts of an Au Pair in Poland. Next week I am off to London and currently am listening to Adele for inspiration. Hopefully I will run into her again in Sloane Square!
... Expo. Built by a German and designed by a Japanese man. Of course war in the following century was not the time to be maintaining a garden so in 1996 it was repaired with the help of the Japanese Embassy in Wroclaw. Only cost a couple of NZ dollars to get in we thought why not! Could walk around the whole place in under 15 minutes so was easily covered. And there were giant eels in the lake! A nice little place and it would be ...
... ourselves. In the Salt Square there were four of them swinging from the top of lamp-posts! We tipped him a decent amount but one of the other people only tipped him equivalent NZ$2! For both him and his partner! Poor guy.
Dinner was a bargain takeaway noodle pot. We couldn't be bothered cooking in our hostels kitchen in amongst the dirty dishes left behind by other people. And someone stole chris's beer last night from the tiny ...
... helped for photos. Once again we didn't go inside the castles, it was free to walk around the grounds and this was enough for us to appreciate it. Then we headed for the square again, Rynek Glowny. Booked tickets for the Rynek Underground, which showcases the discoveries made of a precious life in the medieval times - old trading stalls under the original cloth hall, roads, bridges and graves. While we waited for our timed admission we had a mulled wine sitting outside ...
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