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... my mind all too late as I leapt from my run onto the bench, I slide its length until the man had to catch me and thankfully recover, we posed arms raised in celebration for a photo before I leaped down and ran off again.. Jarrod and Kirsten were in hysterics, the most (least) graceful photo bomb ever - I just want to see their sequence of photos as I'm sure I connected about when they wanted to take the first picture!
... show which we can now tick off the bucket list of things to see.
That afternoon we visited the Salt mines. We were originally going to skip this extra as we hadn’t heard anything about it, but everyone on tour we spoke to on the trip was doing it and someone back home had referred more than one to do it. It was a little drive out of town and do yourself a favour and look it up. The pictures and our description wont do it justice. Our tour guide was all ...
... 3.5 million Jews in Poland before the war. One out of every four Jews were killed during the WWII.
Poland has the oldest Jewish synagogues. Women sat on one side, and the men sat on the other side. The synagogues were also schools. The Rabbi did not want the men to be distracted because the men had to learn, so the men were not allowed to sit with the women.
Communism ended in Poland in late 1989. The state is starting to grow. They are very proud of their accomplishments.
... But when it all comes down to it, I'm human.
And with technology, our world is becoming more accessible and thus smaller. And with climate change there is no point in having borders, because floods or typhoons don't care if you're Filipino or English or Moroccan. They just don't discriminate hey! But I think if we stick together and acknowledge our humanity, help people without seeing skin colour or wealth or religion or language, maybe one day we can achieve ...
... in western Bohemia region of the Czech Republic. It is famous as a spa town. There are natural hot springs located all over town. In fact there is a geyser that shoots off frequently located indoors-very cool, well really hot. One of my colleagues, Bob informed us that Karlovy Vary is also famous for their "sippy cups" used to sip their favorite ...