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... I have been before and don't know if i can do it again with her and then again with my parents. Or I will go with her and send my parents alone together because at least they have each other. Then back to Wroclaw cuz i have school. I can't wait to show her the town i live in! Then Christmas break will begin in Prague for the weekend! AH I'm so excited. Then during the week and actual christmas we will be in Munich, Germany. WHERE I GET TO SEE A REAL LIFE DISNEYLIKE CASTLE! ...
... so its still hard to communicate. Plus JET LAG is a real thing so today (Wednesday) is the first day I have really felt like myself. After orientation I we all went to the mall and i got a converter (its the little things in life) and then had lunch by myself to use wifi then came back and was asleep by 5pm. I know so unlike me. jet lag.
Tuesday I met my new dorm friends Kristina (from Slovenia) and Tetiana (Ukraine) and we walked to the city center which is just ...
... just made a lot of British tutting and sitting bolt up right pulling frowny faces then throwing myself back down on the pillow. Being very aware that some use exhaustion methods and constant noise as a form of torture, I was ready to be getting out of there before I was resulted to eating pillows. I'm trying not to fall asleep on the girls shoulder next to me as I am sleep deprived. I have taken off my jumper and rolled up my trousers so I don't get too cosy. My luck I would get ...
... Greek restaurant. We were the only ones in there so we should have known better. The salad was amazing and the saganaki was good, but we wanted to split the pilaf and we got 2 orders instead. That's the first time it happened on this trip so we need to be pretty clear. The waiter spoke good English and we thought we were. And to top it off, it was overly sweet and not very good. But if that's the worst thing that happened to us all week, we're ...
"Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will"
We finally arrived in Wroclaw a little later than planned after a fairly eventful border crossing. Not sure if the fact that we can't understand Polish made it more or less dramatic but the passport control officers were very interested in one family and even offloaded their bags! They studied everyone passports very closely though, they were checked by three different people and one even got out a magnifying ...