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... After this i recall about 3 more shots of unknown substance, dancing, photos and then going home cause we were way to drunk...Dan especially! In my drunken state I even managed to get photos of Dan comered in the shower, but wont be putting these up on the blog as they are way to inappropriate haha
Man today was hard, we are both so hungover...and because we are checking out we only have a bed till 11am :( Why did we drink so much last night?? Sigh!
... adversity have inspired many. Most are still struggling with the trauma and pain endured at this time.
Many see Poland as a destination for Holocaust tourism. It has much more to offer. There are lots of hiking and camping opportunities. They have many beautiful castles. The people are very friendly and easy to talk to. It can be said that Poland is a country much affordable by European standards.
... was a Sudeten German (a German born in Czech) businessman who at first aided the Nazi's in taking over Czechoslovakia. He bought the pot and pan factory in Krakow, and started using Jewish labor from labor camps because it was free- they were slaves. At first his protection of the Jews was purely for economic reasons, but somewhere that changed. He ended up going bankrupt trying to bribe German officials at the end of the war to protect his ...
... cheese filling and then cream and sugar poured over them. Had we known this would probably wouldn't have ordered them but we're glad we didn't know because they were delicious!!
When we arrived back at the hostel we met some guys from Scotland (Ross, Brian & Don) and we started playing some drinking games with them. We decided to go out and find a bar to drink at and the hostel staff told us of ...
... was not the best.
Poland is a loverly place; Makesure you get out into the countryside as well as visiting the city of Karkow. Its like stepping back two hundred years. All the harvesting is still done by hand.
Off on the train to Prague in the morning so another few days and I will send a blog from there.