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I am not a bit surprised that after yesterday's adventures I slept 12 hours and still felt tired. The temperature outside was rising quickly and the predictions were for about 90 degrees F during the day.
Great excuse to keep reading my book ("Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn, two thumbs up!) and cook something yummy.
I made baby ...
... the lift without having to stand in any kind of a line.
From the very first moment I felt an amazing peace and joy from being so close to nature. As soon as you lift off the ground and leave behind the civilization, until you reach the top and the restaurants and gift shops there, for those 15 minutes you have a feeling of being one with nature.
The pictures I took give only a sense of what it felt like. I ...
I had ambitious plans to get away just a few miles from Cieszyn to explore, but the weather wasn't cooperating. After four people lost their life in the mountains last week, killed by a single lightning, I'd rather keep it safe.
I decided to be productive anyway and finished all the laundry I carried with me from Warsaw. Had to hang it all inside, since the balcony got showered.
I had to tell myself to relax a little and ...
... threw it back in so we couldn't verify his claims :-)
Since he was heading into town to work for a little bit I rode with him and decided to walk over to Czech Republic, just to change the surroundings.
Polish Cieszyn and Czech Teshin are connected by a small bridge and within minutes you can be in another country, without having to show any documents or even stopping at the border. ...
Today is Ania's Nameday. It is one of the most popular names in Poland. I alone have four friends named Ania, and throughout the day I was sending text messages to all of them with best wishes.
I slept like a baby till 10 am and felt as if I had enough energy to move mountains. I used said energy to do a couple of loads of laundry, dishes, ...