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Travel Blogs from Gorlitz
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The nights in Gorlitz, well at least during the week days are very quiet. Walking back we were able to walk on the middle of the road. No one around, just us. Probably slightly too quiet for me but I enjoyed that moment all the way, cos how many places they are like that in the world? Well, probably a few, but still I seem to be ending up in those busiest ones so it was a great change and a very good one.
Because I was getting my train back to Gdansk ...
We spent the last few day cleaning up our apartment, READY FOR THE NEXT AUSSIE HOLIDAY MAKERS (any takers?)
Will, Luke and Ava had been spending a lot of time in the forest building a cubby house so I asked Will to take me for a tour of the forest so I could see their handy work.
It was a beautiful sunny morning, and we both donned our boots and tracky pants, no stinging nettles for me, and set off down the bush track. It ...
... a lovely tea-set and I bought some gifts and 4 coffee mugs for myself.
The whole town,it seems revolves around ceramics. There were huge tea pots ,jugs and bowls displayed all over the town. Quite amusing really.
This was another interesting outing, and I was so glad I went along. I just hope we get this pottery back to Australia unbroken!
There are so many little places to explore so close to Studniska, I could spend another 3 months just looking around here!
... stalls to scratch around in and the German side was more exclusive.
As I passed a Polish stall I noticed a near real size print of the Mona Lisa in a gorgeous old frame. It looked 100 years old ...and it may well have been. Lauren encouraged me to buy it...10 Euros (about $15) "We will fit it in a suitcase...somehow Mum" I thought it was a fun thing to ...
Back in Studniska there is always plenty of horse work!
Lauren and Bec took our VW with the horse float to Germany to pick up a new horse, a big black boy! He seemed quiet enough, just huge, with huge feet! Since we have been back Gary has been doing a lot of work with him.It turns out the horse had been ill treated and his tongue had been scarred, and is having trouble taking the bit.
Horses! So ...