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... see so many broken bottles on the floor of the plant, what a mess, but the guide said that with the volume bottled it was only a tiny percentage. Their bottles are 90% washed and recycled, only 10% new from the manufacturers.
They have more than 100 tanks, each holding about 500,000 litres so that would take a bit of drinking. In the old days they had family buildings, there was a really lovely building which was ...
This week Andy and Justyna are working Monday and Wednesday and we're not disrupting Patryk’s Pre-School while he’s settling in. He’s a dear little boy, obviously he only knows us from Skype so he’s a wee bit wary, but we are loving seeing him chattering away to his mum and dad, his English is starting up but we are getting on fine.
Andy and I went to collect Patryk from Pre-School this afternoon, ...
... walked through the grounds.
The last thing we saw for the day was inside one of the brick barracks. Here the guide didn’t say much & we were left with our thoughts, which after every thing we had seen for the day left me feeling quite blank.
As we walked out of the grounds my thoughts turned to how all of those victims entered this place & never got to leave as we do. Once on the bus the mood was very quiet & the more that I thought about it ...
... As promised after the movie we were met by our English speaking guide – and a whole whack of other visitors.
We were both a little taken aback about how many people were there of all different cultures and languages taking tours of their own. Dan was a little disappointed about this as it would certainly detract from our experience. Though I certainly agreed that it would be a less personal tour I thought it was nice to see so many ...
... largest is St Sigismund’s bell which was cast in 1520, and anyone actually in the main high chamber when it sounds would be running for cover. The bell is almost 3m across and sounds at Christmas, Easter and other important times of the year and it takes ten men to control it – I think they could count me out. The beams in the tower are huge and solid, and you climb past the bells, I couldn’t quite work out how they would ring them but ...