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... in partying, etc. Living 20 Km out of the city has been crippling, I drive nearly 100 Km a day between picking up the kids, lessons, etc. My days are sitting at home with homework (2 weeks left!!!) then picking up kids who aren't exactly eager to see me. This small village we live in doesn't offer anything at all, really. I still haven't fully gained comfort driving so the idea of driving into a city where there is no parking to sit in a cafe all by myself ...
... families visit the cemetery of loved ones and bring candles and flowers to honor them. It was a beautiful and humbling experience to see such a dedicated group of people come together. I was then motivated to get back to positive! I'm here in Europe to learn about myself, teach these children English, learn Polish, meet great people and see Europe! This is my dream, it's time to act like I'm living it! When I got home I took out the map of Europe, spoke to a friend who's an ...
... this is a good exercise for me, I put the words I've learned into Google translate and listen to the pronunciation. My Polish lessons start this week I believe so I should be adding a lot more as I ...
... a hot summer day. Since it was a nice day we decided to walk over to the islands. We found st johns cathedral which was filled with tour groups and a love bridge covered with padlocks, seems to be the done thing in any city with a bridge! The final island we walked across was last night referred to by our guide as 'Student Island' as apparently on summer nights all the students drink in the park there to avoid being caught by police. ...
... It's 114m long and 15m high. It was hidden away while the Communist Regime was in power as this painting shows the Russians being defeated, not the best thing to have on proudly on display when said Russians are ruling the country. Even though the Russians won both WWII and the one depicting the era of the painting.
Next up was a free walking tour of Wroclaw. Wroclaw must be a bit off the beaten tourist trail as there ...
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