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... mozna byc doktorem w szortach gdzies przy plazy, prawda;)?
To byl piekny urlop!
Wiem, ze juz sobie wszedzie na swiecie poradze;
Wiem, ze potrzebuje co jakis czas zmian -bo inaczej mozna zwariowac;
Wiem, jakiego faceta bym nie chciala i nie zniosla;
I wiem czego nie chce generalnie ,a to bardzo duzo :)
... hearts. We were immediately well taken care of with each family member ensuring that we always had enough food and drink with any visit we made. This warm hospitality that the Poles are known for can be good and bad. Good in that you will never go home hungry, bad in that you tend to overeat. "No thank you" is not an acceptable answer when the Polish specialties and drinks are being laid out on the table. Fortunately Jeff and I learned ...
... At one village, I did manage to see four cats sitting in front of a house. I managed to get a photograph of three of them, the fourth one was very scared and kept running away. We had a quick bite to eat, bought hand made chocolates for Ines from the Tourist Information (a gift for organising our tour) then dropped them into the ladies. They were ...
... lived. When we spoke to the only English speaking lady in the information centre, she just laughed. Then she would turn to the other ladies and explain what we were asking, then they all laughed together!! It took quite a lot of organising and Ines got us a taxi driver who was willing to do that. We had to pay for the mileage and each break that the driver took. All organised ...
... it was like stepping into the 1950’s. We really did not have any idea where the hotel was, but we had googled the zentrum (town centre) so we headed off in that direction. I started to wonder what we had got ourselves into when most of the older buildings had graffiti all over them and there were groups of studded and tattooed kids loitering around – my first thought was here goes our valuables! We had walked a few blocks when Ian ...