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... away is the site of the former labor camp, Podgorze, which was overseen by Amon Goeth, who is so chillingly portrayed by Ralph Fiennes in the movie. I was not able to visit the site, but I hear it is worth it if you can find it. I planned on visiting the Jewish area of Kazimierz next, however a giant clap of thunder as I exited the museum changed my plans. I barely made it back to the tram station before it started pouring. My tiny travel umbrella wasn't ...
... more willing to share myself with people, letting them get to know the real me and not what I think they want me to be. In LA, I felt like I had to constantly promote myself as an artist instead of someone liking me for all my weirdness. I had to network, and figure out how to get myself to the top. Here, people are trying to find themselves, no one was defined by their career but instead by who they are as people like their personal interests and ...
... catching a tram to the train station. Here, we made our way to our little compartment, and I claimed the bottom bunk, ready for our overnight train to Budapest. Although we had planned to spend the rest of the evening playing cards, I promptly fell asleep, and left Mr H trying to figure out how the light switch worked.
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Lyndsey & Martin
... it's just quiet and nice to be alone. We have been going constantly which is great, but tiring. Although it's been a week I am still amazed that I am here. Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought I would be studying in Kraków. The people from all over the world that I have met, the connections I have made, the things I have seen (and the beer I have drank) have ALL been amazing. I just ...
... because it just felt disrespectful. Things like tons of real human hair found in a Nazi storage shed, which they used to make clothes with. And thousands of kids shoes and clothes, some of them were so tiny they were babies. All murdered for absolutely nothing, their lives taken before then even begun. The whole experience today really changed my whole view on life. On ...