Travel Blogs from Gdynia
Today is a beautiful modern, beach side city.
I'm in Gdynia to attend the four day Open'er festival. I chose Open'er as it had the most amount of acts I wanted to see - Chet faker, hozier, Mumford and sons, plus additional ones like flume, Tom Odell, disclosure and so on.
It has been a wonderful few days of music, heat, sun, beach, dumplings, vodka and shopping.
... These were all beautifully designed and all very individual.
I had lunch at bar ... Neptune, it was an old milk bar built in the communist era. I was disappointed in it, but it did the trick. When we water in Kraków we ate repeatedly at a lovely milk bar, maybe it was too new.
After lunch I walked all the way down the Marina, taking in the tall ships. There was a four day celebration ...
... Ryanair for everyone haha)
I took a bus to Gdynia and then walked to my hostel. Day was epic! So tonight I enjoyed a lovely meal of dumplings and chicken, with polish vodka on the side.
No Wimbledon for me this year, more stories to create instead. Today I realised I won't be seeing anyone I know for over two months. That feels so very ...
... to make our own paper, with our hand as a watermark. It was pretty awesome.
Our final exhibition was anticlimactic. We all had to defend our work for about five minutes and then after we had a huge opening. I hung four works that were from my embossments, but inked. Last time I wrote I said that I was stuck with my work. So to find it more interesting, I took a break on my embossments and decided to ink up my linos. This let me have more fun and really expand my ...
... done (oh, the bliss of having a whole suitcase of clothes to choose from...) I also got my hair cut there, as my fast-diminishing pot of hair gum acting as a hair length barometer was showing 'high pressure'. As I had a very short cut the day before I left the UK, it was also a reminder of how long I've been away.