Pokoje Goscinne Basztowa
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... night before we go to Auschwitz.
I decided to watch a comedy instead called 'are we done yet?'. After the film I started to sort out some of my pictures on my iPad just to kill even more time. It seemed like time was going so slowly. I felt cheeky just sitting in this cafe not doing anything so I ordered a couple more drinks to make up for it.
Around midday Helen text me saying that they have just arrived in the main square and will be heading to our ...
... by the Zajac family but because her husband had died a few years back she really couldn't say too much but......this friendly lady married into a Zajac family, hence she was Mrs Zajac!! Unbelievable. She also has 3 sons, so more Zajac's.
Us girls are convinced they must be related in some sort of way, way way back but there is nobody to ask. Maybe it is just a coincidence?
Can't believe we just turned up on her door step unannounced and she so kindly gave up ...
... and went for a wander and Brad chopped off his hair! It was very strange at first as our whole relationship he has had his crazy hair and now he has a normal, short tidy haircut. We went to the best ice cream shop in Krakow ( Poland is huge on Icecream) which has queues for an hour over the weekend! It was pretty tasty, though I wouldn't wait an hour. Tuesday Brad went to Auchswitz and Birkenau concentration camps, he went alone as I had already been and it's not ...
... English. In the main train station there was a huge supermarket. Surprise, we stopped in and got stuff for the next few meals. Every European told us that Poland was going to be so cheap. False, Poland is just less expensive than other higher priced European countries. We were spoiled by Ecuador cheap and nothing else really comes close (except Bolivia).
The morning holds another walk in the dark and cold for us to the bus station.
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... across Poland every day at noon. Poland is full of traditions.
The next morning, I felt the need to exercise; having eaten to my heart’s content since arriving in Poland. I donned my exercise outfit and started out running towards the Vistula River. The weather was perfect for running, slightly chilly but fresh. However I was a huge curiosity, which was very awkward. No-one else was running! I suddenly realized that I had not seen one runner in ...