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I will not attempt to explain. There are few words, only photos. Note the sunshine amongst human suffering. Be educated and realise your privilege in this world. You will never understand, but ...
As part of the same organised tour we very strangely drove from Auschwitz to Wieliczka Salt Mine and joined a 2 hour English tour with just 5 other people. Walking down 350 steps just to commence the tour, licking the walls for salt and listening to our enthusatic guide tell Polish legends with gusto was unique to say the ...
We got picked up early this as we booked to go to the Wieliczka Salt Mines. It was a bit of a rush. Forgot to change the time on my phone so got up an hour later than I thought.
We had a nice little group for the salt mines. A man from Kentucky, a WAG couple from Lancashire and then a load of Welsh people from up north. We also had two Irish men with us, who obviously had been woken up by room service as they were getting dressed while ...
... being showered. They say most knew they were going into the gas chambers. Those who didn't go to the gas chambers were subject to horrific conditions and cruelty. They were made to work and many were too sick to survive. Many woman only lasted five months and men about seven months. 1,300,000 people were transported to Auschwitz from 1940-1945. 1,100,000 died there and 90 percent were Jews. Our guide was excellent. He ...
... pączki (ponch-key).
Everybody get your history hats on. Paczki originated in Poland around the Middle Ages. They became a popular dish during the rule of Augustus the third who worked alongside French chefs to improve the recipe. Over time Paczki evolved, and unlike German Berliners and American Jelly Doughnuts, they are lighter, spongier and more resilient (see what I did there?)
Traditional paczki are ...