- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The lovely city of Opava has a very small population and all of them were at the Christmas Markets on Friday evening. After a nice cup of punch we headed for the excellent underground venue Bar Jam where we were force-fed really lovely beer and vodka shots.
We thought that Saturday would be a busy shopping day to busk in the square but when we got there we saw a desolate sight!!!
So we went to Brno to try out the busking scene there. :)
Today again a short entry because I decided to relax with my family and enjoy them for the last day in Glubczyce this year.
Malgosia, my Giddaughter, spent the whole day packing for her pilgrimage to Czestochowa. Every year, a group of about 130 parishioners walk all the way from Glubczyce to Czestochowa to pay homage to the miraculous painting of Mother Mary.
They walk about 8 hours each day. There are young and there are ...
... are raw and none of the fat escapes.
Properly prepared kielbasa is first skilfully cut on top then SLOWLY cooked over the fire until the fat drips off and the meat inside is hot too.
I only had one kielbasa for me but enjoyed cooking several ones for others. Aunt Jasia has many of my favorite fruit in her garden so I ate some red and white currants, ...
I'm about to start the greatest adventure of my lifetime. I'm still packing my suitcase but I'm not nervous which is totally not in my style!!
First heading from my hometown in Poland to Prague, Czech Republic - Ruzyne airport then change plane in Amsterdam, Netherlands and 17hours in a plane to Taipei, Taiwan... How would I survive so long in one vehicle? After a few hours in Taipei, flight to Surabaya, Indonesia!
Total result: ...
Now I've been here for the last 2 months, long working hours, some good success, some bad success, over all an experience that I don't want to miss anymore. Lots of new memories, new things learned, more friends made, more lessons learned. And a lot more to come.