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... freshly cooked but they were onions, none available for the omelette?
Then the meals finally arrived after another five minutes and……….my soup came with bread and we wondered what would happen, but the omelette did have tomatoes so in the end we had a nice meal and a relaxing time. And a few laughs.
Mind you, we don’t speak a work of Polish other than hello and thank you, and most of ...
... that and kept my eyes shut some of the time, I am a nervous person. The drivers go mostly smoothly but there’s not much stopping room if you come across a bit of a problem.
We spent the rest of the day at Andy’s place minding Patryk while he and Justyna went to the church to see about Sunday’s christening, and to pick up Ellie from Anna and Jan. Jen took Patryk to the playground, it’s just below their little ...
... in Katowice – but is it Hiroshima or Osaka-style okonomiyaki? The real one of course is from Hiroshima, we should know, we lived there, but Osaka people might see it differently. We might try it for lunch one day if we have time.
We also noticed again that you can’t judge a book by its cover. We were walking past an old sooty-looking building with crumbly edges and high windows so it was by chance ...
... 000 people. Once gassed, the hair of the people was shaved off and then sold to factories to produce fabric, mattresses and even wigs for people to wear in Germany.
It is so easy in this day and age to completely remove yourself from the events of the past and disassociate yourself and any empathy from a complete stranger’s suffering, particularly when you hear of such cruelty that it seems completely otherworldly.
On the other hand, there ...
... is kinda dirty and slower than molasses but eventually arrived in Krakow.
Walked for quite awhile searching for the Goodbye Lenin Revolution hostel. Note to poles: put signs on your ******* front door!! I walked in circles forever. Anyway, checked in and ventured out. Walked an hour north instead of south. FAIL! :(. I'm so tired. ...