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As part of my third year I choose an optional module called Dark Tourism and Thana-events, throughout the module we learnt about death and disaster from a tourism management perspective taking into account ethical and moral issues, interpretation of dark tourism sites, the media, political portrayal amongst other issues. This module also included the opportunity to visit Krakow and Auschwitz, a 3 day whistle stop visit to Krakow city centre, ...
... laughing at a woman who was trying to speak to me in Polish (I didn't understand a word and it humored me) and gotten sunburnt.
Well, needless to say, I am a pale little ghost and my skin isn't used to sunny Poland. I have some nice tan lines now. I was out sunbathing by the fountains and I guess I spent a little too long in the hot weather...
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So we arrived in Krakow late afternoon, hang out in the rooms before going for a walking tour.
I was bunking in with Olivia and Mel this time round and for some reason it was in this city I really began to miss my family and friends. I spent a couple of hours on wifi messaging a few of my friends to see how they were.
Later that night we headed out into town, where we found out that our accommodation was in the middle of no where. We had to ...
After my long trip trip through Africa I've been just relaxing, having fun with my cousins and eating the world's best home-cooked meals in Poland. I'm so happy to be back in Poland with everyone! We celebrated Michal's & Asia's (2 of my cousins) 5th birthdays today so there were a lot of kids around. I think I consumed about 25 pierogies in one sitting (at ...
Our first full day in Krakow and after the Salt Mines, we take to the country to visit the ancestral villages of our father's parents. These are the villages of Medrzechow and Kupienen about 80 km east of Krakow. We took a quick visit down the country roads to see the towns, about 4 miles in all, and then went to the cemetery in Medrzechow. There we found a mausoleum for Michael Swiatek, dad's ...