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... and chatted. His dad gave me a hug, as did his brother, and his mom was very excited to know I was in Poland and proceeded to tell me to send my love to everyone.
I made lots of friends. They are lovely and I am very glad I met them. I went to a BBQ with them one night, and we cooked proper sausages over a bonfire and played soccer until it was dark. David played some songs on violin and we all sang along. It ...
... few more friends from the ISUK forums and facebook, we spent some time taking photos in the pits before heading out to the race track.
Ice speedway is speedway bikes racing on a track of ice. The bikes wheels are fitted with huge spikes, to give the bikes grip as they speed round the track. Each race has four riders, they do four laps, there are four races in each block and 42 races all together.
The track is outside and spectators can stand around ...
... toil, signed by blood and took their righteous places among the legends.
This is going to be one of the most difficult journeys I've taken already. Polar cold and darkness, huge distances from one village to another, icy winds, wildlings, low traffic - those are the traps I can easily fall in. This is the danger.
But. After all, I'm not totally unarmed as well. While in home I've spent some of my earned-in-sweat ...
We didn't show you too much of the wooden churches we saw in Slovakia. They were beautiful though, quite different from the ones in Romania, therefore different in another way.
And guess what: at the other side of the border, here inn Poland, perhaps 100 kilometers away, they have them too! And also here, they cherish them, restore them, get them UNESCO protected, create tourist routes past them. And also here, we visit ...
In Krakow we got offered tours to Auschwitz. We were there 17 years ago and one visit to this center of human destruction is enough for a lifetime to realize how bestial people can be and to be thankful for the peaceful era in Europe we currently experience. I think though that each European citizen should pay a visit.
What I did not realize before: the area in South East Poland was also the decor of the first world war. We passed ...