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... learn. How dare we complain, how dare we waste the prosperity in which we live. Remember. Do not forget. Image captions will come in time.
~ Stranger ~
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Of particular note was the main chapel, carved for 70 years by three brothers. Along the walls are key scenes of Jesus life. While observing incredible infrastructure made from wood, high ceilings and listening to classic music, going up in a full open shaft elevator was slightly terrifying.
... the bus and looked awful. The welsh people were a right laugh as usual and we were all having a great chat and as usual laughing at naive Ella along the way.
When we got to the salt mine we whipped out Beth's selfie stick to take some pictures. Mr Kentucky (as we like to call him) thought this was funny and started to take pictures of us.
Got picked up for salt mine.
We were each given a little head set and headphones. It ...
... a guide for 8 years and he told us many interesting stories. He encouraged us to take photos so that we can show people what Auschwitz was really like and that it will never be forgotten and yet the cruelty of mankind still goes on. We were suppose to be back at the hotel by 5.30 but there were several delays. We finally arrived back at 7.30. Another big day but at least it didn't rain. Fine weather we are told is on its ...
... and then either dipped in a glazed sugar or icing sugar. The filling is a traditional polish marmalade made from either plums and raspberries. The pièce de résistance is the tiny pieces of candied orange delicately placed on top - which is about as delicate as a deep fried doughnut can get really.
Aaron has also set himself a pseudo challenge to try a different sweet bun every day (oh how proud Jo’s father would be). ...