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... pass off, car packing in NASCAR pit-stop record time. And we were out of there…See ya later (never) Wroclaw.
So, when people ask us - Aren’t we worried it will be awful? What if things go wrong or you don’t like the place? What do you do?
Well, it turns out, we leave.
And that's just what we did!
Next up…giving Poland another chance and heading south to the Czech boarder.
Love to all!
Auschwitz This morning we started the day at Auschwitz concentration camp. To walk in was very eerie and looking at the different exhibits inside the camp was very confronting. We saw the different buildings and what they did in the camp. Seeing the human hair, children's clothes, luggage and shoes were the hardest, as the luggage was all named with some having the person's date of birth. Walking through the gas chamber was ...
... obscure cultures like the Kurds and Trinidad and Tobago ( which surprisingly had the most people) there were floats dedicated to the circus, Alice in wonderland, rollerblading, samba dancing, and techno music. it was hilarious and very busy with international food sold throughout. I also went to this really cool game museum with virtual reality, and crazy games involving shooting asteroids with your eyes and playing ping pong against a ...
... university town and the population includes a large number of students. North of the main square lies a series of river islands giving it the nickname of Poland's Venice, on which sit cathedrals and churches aplenty but also a 'Student Island' where I wandered around - sitting with a coffee for a while on one of the floating cafes. Lots of students in groups (young men or women but none mixed, interestingly) listening to heavy metal or ...
... i have not met yet. So I'm still working on that one... I am excited to have something so new to inspire me, even though it is so different than what I usually do. But I know that is a good thing.
We had a guest lecturer this week, Professor Beauvais Lyons. He is a professor at the University of Knoxville, Tennessee, which is a sister school to my school in Wroclaw. He specializes in Mockumentary, where he makes up his own documentations of made up cultures, ideas ...