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... one is In front of me with a gun pointing in my face. Looking down the barrel of a gun all I thought was, 1. I never picked that funeral song and 2. I've wasted my last day on earth eating cold pickled herring waiting for a bus I never got on. I just ignored the gun and carried on with packing my things pointing at my bus. They looked at my passport once again and said 'See you Later, Schmidt.' I could have laughed or cried or both then. In my overwhelmed state ...
I got up at 6:30am, packed up the bike - and after a short delay for the hostel manager to get a photo of me all geared up for their website - I was underway. It was a little sad to say goodbye to Jess for a couple of weeks, and I have to admit I wonder how she'll survive without me to open locks and windows that she can't operate. While Jess tells me that the rain has stopped at Krakow, I seem to be following it. Initially it was on and off, and no matter which direction I looked ...
... all of us. Learning about these kinds of actions by the Nazis and standing at the site of a mass grave made the Holocaust that much more personal and real. We said kaddish and placed a stone. Too many "whys" and too few answers. Our next stop was the local cemetery where Mark's family is likely buried, and we said kaddish for them. Throughout the day, the no-good anti-semitic bugs were having a wonderful feast at the expense of ...
... pictures tell the story.
After all this touring, we were hungry. It was almost 3PM. Funny, at home we would have been "starving" much earlier, had lunch, and be ready for a snack by that time. Tomek took us for lunch in a small rebuilt Jewish tavern, where he ordered for all of us. First came a hot soup, looking harmless enough, with some floating greens and an egg. But the second I tasted it I knew what it was! ...
Today is the day I travel to Zakopane, Poland. The home of the Polish/ Slovakia Tatry Mountains. It is my first time traveling to the majestic mountains but not my first hiking experience. The trip will last five nights and six days not including the overnight traveling.
Since it is summer now, most major cities in Poland provide a direct transportation ...
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