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Day 6 // Pt1 The theme for today is...EPIC Woke up super early at 630am, washed up and headed to the Government Office where we could have a nice view of Berlin. However, I wasn't feeling very well so I failed to climb to the peak and went to look ...
... good lake used by the locals; so we set off to find it. Hmmm it wasn't that great with not much shade, so back in the car as we opted for the idea of a Maccas icecream instead. At this stage we hadn’t withdrawn any Polish currency (Zloty) and knew we could at least use the card at Maccas for the measly sum of our icecream! There were lots of high rise run down apartment buildings around and it seemed like a poor area so I was somewhat surprised to ...
Week 2 at Agrochatka began in much the same was as the first. An early wake up call from Ella, a helping of porridge and out to help Tadeusza on the farm! Today we had to repair an item from the playground. A raised bench that needed 4 new support poles, and a roof! The problem was it was a one man job, and Tadeusza took charge, so I acted as a supervisor, despite clearly being the junior. As I thought to myself at the time, it's like being a referee without ...
... This game went much better, and I restored some pride for myself, 2-1 win ( Not that it was competitive or anything!) Then came the time for the children to go. We were all so surprised by how polite they were. Each approaching us, shaking our hands and saying 'Thankyou'. When lining up to get on the bus, there were several more shouts. "Bye", "Thank you for playing football with us" and one lad shouted several times "bye Tom". Clearly I'd made some friends! After a coffee and ...
... experience. They were only 12 and pretty fluent already and so eager to learn. Although I'm pretty concerned for their eyesight as they kept saying we were beautiful! Apparently they'd even asked for our surnames so they could find us on facebook! After lunch we set about preparing dinner. Today Luca would be cooking a traditional Dutch dish called "hutspot". After preparing enough to feed an army we amused ourselves by making bracelets to sell in the little farm shop. Once we'd eaten ...