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... We drive instead to a car park outside Krakow and wild-camp - no showers. Unsurprisingly, we are both shattered and don't even bother with our usual box-set episode before sleeping.
The next day, we drive into Krakow and find a parking space in a small residential road. As Jonny inspects the parking meter, a friendly Pole informs him, "It's the weekend, so it's
free!" We're relieved - we are keen not to be stung again! We walk the ...
- No poem, no article, before examined by the censors.
- Keep watch on every word you wrote or spoke
- Passports kept under lock and key
- Accepted or ...
... the photos of adults who when the camp was freed only weighed 23kgs that's like the weight of an 8 yr old having cancer treatment. once we got another room of photos of children and more children's gear and more stories about children in the camp I could only stand outside the room and have a quick look in as I was starting to feel like I was going to be sick. we then saw a lot more including living facilities, the prison, the Wall of death ...
... We then got back to Krakow centre around 2 pm and had hot chocolate with a cherry vodka chaser outside in the square with heaters and blankets to keep you warm. Though according to Mick it wasn't a 26 degree "garden" as the advertisement boards said - his actual comment was " who sits drinking coffee with gloves on shivering and looking like 2 geriatrics??!!" I beg to differ - I was lovely and ...
... begin to be described as seeing a chicken farm, which houses as far as the eye can see behind electric fences. The stories and evidence of the torturous deaths which the victims suffered, from starvation cells to 'standing up cells' to the gas chambers.
It was an absolutely incredible experience, which shows in the bluntest nature the deprivation of any form of human compassion and hope which faced each and every person who entered the gates of the ...