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... of Poland is flat and green. Lots of villages and farms. Flowing streams. Some old looking cars and new. People riding bikes, even a grandfather standing with is grandchild watching the train go by. The train travelled around 160km at times. Main thing is it had Wifi. In the carriage was woman coughing who sounds like she could pass on anytime. Arrived in Warsaw on time. Let Dan on platform while I went to go buy tickets to Krakow. Lady couldn't understand English when ...
... no money and survive on $400 a month to survive on. No subsidization.
2. THE GOOD of COMMUNISM:
I had never thought there might be any good in Communism.
And how much good and bad there is in all systems.
- flat salary, pension, no fees, no taxes.
- No unemployment.
- Every person is guaranteed a ...
... about two months and may or may not go back to school. Sabastian works for the well-known computer engineering company Oracle in the Prague office, but is Polish by birth. We spoke a bit about life in Poland and what sights to see in Prague before Sabastian went to sleep in his overhead bunk. Kim and I occupied the benches, and began to discuss our experiences visiting Auschwitz and the value in traveling for an extended period ...
... of these products from real Jews in the museum that was left over after the liberation. This made the experience so real. Among the Jews and poles there were intelligent or learned individuals. These people were seen as a threat to the nazis as they were likely to be the people to lead an uprising against the nazis. These individuals were court marshalled, served a sentence and eventually shot on sight. All up it is estimated that 1.1 MILLION Jews were deported from all over Europe ...
... Soul's Day, she compared it to our Thanksgiving. Everyone visits the graves of their loves ones if they are able. Jola also told me that in the past she owned a flower shop and had many frequent customers. Many of the people would come in to buy flowers and want to make sure that their bouquet was bigger and better than the bouquet on the neighboring graves. Nothing like a little friendly competition!
More about Krakow in the next blog.