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Travel Blogs from Krnov
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. :)
... are usually led by one of the parish priests from Glubczyce and followed by a truck carrying their luggage.
Every town in which they stop welcomes them with food and water. each night they look for beds at people's homes and usually are able to use their bathrooms to freshen up.
The pilgrimage lasts 6 days and on Saturday buses bring the tired masses home. Malgosia decided to use her vacation time this year to walk with ...
... us, her sister and her family too to her garden for a campfire. I absolutely LOVE cooking kielbasa over the campfire. I don't even have to eat it, I just love preparing it.
There is a certain art to it. A lot of people simply poke the kielbasa with a stick and place it in the fire. Wrong!
Kielbasa cooks quickly on the outside, chars more than cooks, that is. ...
... of journey...
Indonesia, be aware!! I'm coming!!!!!! :)
Hope not to have any troubles at the airports, please, not this time... :P
I'm going back to continue packing, I've almost finished, then just need to weight it and It's done!
Please cross your fingers for my safe journey to Asia. I promise to TRY to update this blog with my stories and write what's up with Rudaja in Indonesia! :)
... sure that she would slip out of her wrap and onto the cold stone church floor :-)
Today is July 1st, and as all Polish people know, if you have a Halina in your family you better be buying some flowers and heading her way. I've tried to explain to the Westerners the tradition of a Nameday with various results, so I'll leave the job to Google.
Needless to say, the "Namedayee" spends a ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking