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We caught the bus from berlin to wroclaw. Up early as the bus left at 7am and took I think about 4-5 hours again. We had been out the night before at hofbrau house near the city for our last chance at German pork knuckle like we had at oktoberfest! It was amazing at the time but jason and I both think we got crook from it. ...
It's a beautiful rainy Monday morning here in Poland. You know you are happy when you look forward to Mondays and a new work week.
Everything here in Poland is Spoko (it means All good in Polish, my new favorite slang word to use). I got a few complaints that the ignoring of grammar was bothering some people so I will try to capitalize words this time. I hope everything back home is great. I am a little home sick this week. I apologize for the blog ...
HELLOOOOOOO. This blog is mostly about school and what I am learning. It may not appeal to you all but it will hopefully give you a peak into my art world.
So I am missing home a little bit more this week. I hate to say it but I actually also miss In n Out. So sad but true. Animal style fries (no onions) just sound fantastic right now. Not loving the food over here too much. I have only had that one sausage last week and now all my friends make fun of me cuz i keep ...
Witam przyjaciół (hello friends in Polish)
ATTENTION: I HAD MY FIRST SAUSAGE TODAY AND IT WAS FANTASTIC.
Today I bought a "survival polish crash course" so I can attempt to start communicating with people over here so I am embracing the culture in this post. Most of this blog post is going to be pictures! I am tired from all the walking I've been doing so i am not going to be as witty tonight while i write this.
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... in and gave this region back to Poland only to take another part away. There was much rebuilding to what it is today. You can see the German and Solviet influence in the architecture. The Polish people packed everything they could bring with to the southwestern region that was more German influenced than anything and used what they brought with to make it feel more "Polish" or more like home. There is a library that books ...