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... I left the place dragged down emotionally by darkness, death and evil. I also left with a sense for the power of light, life and goodness.
I couldn’t force myself to capture images of the places where people suffered. I found it appropriate to look close at images of the attempt to wear down, chain, and suppress the human spirit. It felt respectful to me. I trust the images will convey this.
We were glad to have made this pilgrimage and paid our ...
Today was the first day touring around Krakow. I finally had kielbasa this morning for breakfast. It was basically the same as home but it was a little different in texture, softer and not so dry. We took the tram into the city to tour Old town. It was a lot of walking on the cobblestones of Poland, but it was completely worth it. We saw Saint Mary's basilica, the Cloth hall, Kazimierz(Jewish district), the place where Pope John Paul lived as ...
... is definitely keeping us fit. Last night in krakow tonight, it's quite quiet in the hostel tonight so zoey and I are just enjoying our new found polish drinks... Cranberry vodka and lemonade and 'apple juice vodka'. Really enjoyed our time in Poland, it's such a lovely city. So excited to be travelling to Budapest tomorrow- maybe not so excited about the 5 hour coach journey but I'm sure I survive. Love to you all ...
... we procured the correct document and the prospect of 4 years hard labour evaporated. Other officials made various appearances including an earth mother type with a clip board who initially I thought was after a "few bob" for a room for the night at the local doss house. However she explained she was conducting a survey about our journeys. Eager to impress Cathy dug out our impressive rail map and pointed to the Crimea. Not interested. Nourishment ...
... had been 15 years since our last visit to this city. Driving into the Old Town, things had changed as expected. The area around Wawel Castle (the home of past Polish royalty) that overlooks the Wisla River now has a lovely pedestrian walkway around the castle. The biggest changes that we noted though came from 3 things that have left their mark on the city and Poland.
Karol Józef Wojtyła (also known as Pope John Paul II and now Blessed ...