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... group happened to mention that therre are a lot of Polish shops near them (near Manchester) and our guide asked when the shops appeared, was it ten years ago? Answer, yes. Anna the guide said ten years ago, about when she was starting out in the work world, a lot of her friends couldn't find work, so young people just started leaving Poland. The joke now is what's the largest Polish city? London! Anna was a young child when the political system changed here, ...
... the slopes. We pay €34 for room only. However fresh river trout is on the evening menu for three euros so all is not bad.
The room is cheerful and well equipped. It's been a long hot day and we are fast asleep by 10pm.
Tomorrow we head into and out of Poland to see the Polish side of the High Tatras.
More castle shots
... Sadly there are no translations so I just have to imagine what they say.
From Sepanta we continue on through Sate Mare to the border with Hungary.
There is another document check but we are waved through quite quickly. The Hungarians don't seem to have shaken off old security habits yet.
The day is cloudless and probably the hottest we have encountered yet on the dusty plains of Hungary. Not so good with a ...
... only eats them in Pierogi. Fair enough more for us! :)
Our time in Roznow was lovely, Pete's Uncle and Aunt have been amazing hosts and we can't thank them enough for their hospitality. I truly hope they know this as my Polish is not improving and I feel more awkward than ever. So I can only leave them with the only words I seem to be somewhat comfortable with.
Dziękuję i do widzenia
... different on Saturday afternoons. The stores close between 1 and 2 pm and the streets are dead. The only life consists of pigeons and groups of teenagers roaming the streets with faces buried in their phones giving the place a weird post apocalyptic feel.
That cut into our plans, but we still managed to find our ice cream and to wonder around the old town area finishing things up on a patio, brew in hand. ...