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... mass murders of groups of people, I can't believe that there has ever been such a calculatingly, cold-blooded efficacy of genocide.
It was crowded with many, many groups and the guides were very efficient in getting us through the buildings, especially in Auschwitz with some narrow hall and doorways. I can't imagine having to describe these horrors on a daily basis. The Polish town of Oswiecim didn't ask for the Nazis to take over, rename it and ...
... that, as we were leaving the Green Day restaurant some people with Aussie accents were looking at the menu outside, Lana said "the soup was very good", oh where are you from they said? Port Lincoln, oh we're from Adelaide! Then as we were eating at the Domowe Przysmaki restaurant tonight, who should come in but the people from Adelaide!! All about our age, they're heading south to the Tatra mountains tomorrow then back to Krakow before flying home, may see them in Adelaide, who ...
... would like me to change my thick veggie soups to Polish style! A good idea maybe.
I have purchased a Polish Cookbook so maybe I need to do some reading.
Certainly not the weather for Soup but hey, when in Poland, do as the Polish do!
We purchased tickets to a Polish Folk Dancing evening so that was a bit of fun. Paul remembers most of the dances as he used to participate in a Geelong Polish Dancing Group in his younger years.
One of the dancers asked him ...
... and synagogues around the main square. We did see a bar that claimed to be an American bar and a bunch of other places selling pretty cheap beer. After we had our look we went back to the hostel to warm up for a second with some tea.
Tomorrow we need to catch an early bus out of town and we wanted to see where this bus would leave from so we had a walk back to the bus station. We are pretty confident that we can figure it out tomorrow... if someone ...
... across Poland every day at noon. Poland is full of traditions.
The next morning, I felt the need to exercise; having eaten to my heart’s content since arriving in Poland. I donned my exercise outfit and started out running towards the Vistula River. The weather was perfect for running, slightly chilly but fresh. However I was a huge curiosity, which was very awkward. No-one else was running! I suddenly realized that I had not seen one runner in ...