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... would follow the party without question.
Despite this, the communist dream didn't work out in Poland. Those who were supposed to be 'homo sovieticus' eventually fought against and overthrew the regime".
Hmmmmm, how lucky are we to have the choices that living in a democratic society brings (well for the most part).
We continued on and heard that Poland actually disappeared from the maps for a couple of hundred years. In the ...
... up was dotted with numbers of spray can symbols indicating street art all over the city. We have been getting pretty into street art on this trip, so what better way to see the off the beaten track pieces than on a walking tour. Anya took our small group through Kazimierz and Podgorze, the old Jewish ghetto past all sorts of interesting “street art” from the graffitied walls of the old Jewish quarter to the coloured steps, Japanese kite graffiti, and huge murals. Some ...
... Tersesa was taken away to work camps in Germany when Marian was only 3 years old.
He never saw her again and didn't even realise she had ended up in Australia until many years later.
This time greeted by the cousin Zosia who is the daughter of one of Paul's Mother's Brothers.
Infact they told us that Marysia's Mother and Zosia's Father were Twins!
All very interesting for us to hear and at times very confusing because his Mum, Teresa was one of 10 ...
After driving down the mountains and another hour or so, we crossed the border into Poland. Poland is much flatter with small farms, cows, sheep, and villages. Late morning we stopped in Pszczyna, a small town, where we could get zloty from Bankomats (ATM's) or Kantors (money exchanges). We had an hour to walk down the shopping street, walk around, check out the neo-art nuevo Castle of Prince Hans Heinrich XV ...
... fashion in our respective countries, to American television and politics. Teagan is a student out of Melbourne, and her 3 friends are working in London for a year. Aussies can be granted a 2-year working visa in England very easily, and so many take the opportunity to travel and work abroad. We sat and drank for a few hours before Fabrien, Kasha and I, along with another small group from the hostel, left for the bars. I met Gabriel, a Spanish former ...