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- Another place i cant pronounce! greetings from Wroclaw, a hilarious city in western Poland. Full of beautiful churches, dwarfs, and beautiful architecture. as we speak I am on my why to Krakow do do lots of fun things like visit auchwhitz! after my time in Krakow, I'm heading to Budapest, Vienna, and then back to Prague where I will fly back to the motherland on June 9, something I have mixed feelings about. last time I wrote was ...
- Oh, thank you, lovely Intercity 30018 that took me from a cold and drizzly Krakow at 15° to a 24° Wroclaw! As much as I loved Krakow (one of the few stops on this trip that I know I'll return to) the weather was getting to me a bit. Halfway through my train journey, the sun came out and the sigh of relief I gave was so audible that I'm sure a few fellow passengers may have thought I was watching When Harry Met Sally on my ...
We spend the morning walking around Olomouc to find the six fountains it is
locally renowned for, and in the afternoon discover an Easter fair and a
'chronometer' – comically-shaped in Brno. We then get a few miles behind us
before stopping at a motorway stopover in heavy snowfall. We have a slow, snowy
drive to Prague the next day and are pleasantly surprised, therefore, to arrive
to a snowless city. Having learnt our lesson about parking in big cities, ...
... my first polish bar on Saturday and it was interesting... I mean i guess its the bar where all the artist hang out. It was very alternative. Lots of tattoos and piercings. I guess i really am back in the art world. I wish i could just find a happy medium but oh well. They had live music which had to have been the worst music i have ever heard. It was "experimental jazz" yeah you read that correctly. it was so bad at points we were laughing at it. But i guess it was ...
Compared to the camp in Lithuania, I have been finding myself making extremely individualized lessons for each of my classes since the ages are extremely varied and each class tends to be a little bit different. Although I changed my lessons for the each group slightly in Lithuania, it seemed necessary to do it more here in Poland because my age range was from 8-16 year olds. During the first day of camp, when each class went around and met each teacher for ten minutes, ...