Travel Blogs from Szczecin
... I had planned to have cereal but Leonard had prepared us a typical German breakfast. The bread was fresh it was delicious. I was so happy. Afterwards he dropped us off and we caught the train to GSL which is where Nadzha is studying. We couldn't figure out the train so Nadzha asked a girl who was lovely enough to purchase it for us. We then walked to GSL and Nadzha completed her test and fine to her first class. We've met a Brazilian girl Juliana who's ...
... mozna byc doktorem w szortach gdzies przy plazy, prawda;)?
To byl piekny urlop!
Wiem, ze juz sobie wszedzie na swiecie poradze;
Wiem, ze potrzebuje co jakis czas zmian -bo inaczej mozna zwariowac;
Wiem, jakiego faceta bym nie chciala i nie zniosla;
I wiem czego nie chce generalnie ,a to bardzo duzo :)
It had been 15 years since I last saw my Mom's family. The purpose of that trip was to introduce Jeff to my family and for Jeff to see some of the beautiful things that Poland has to offer. Although I have kept in touch via letters and the occasional phone call, I was a bit nervous coming back to meet my family after all these years. When we arrived, my nervousness was for naught. My family welcomed us with open arms ...
Friday 20 July 2012 – Prenzlau
Today we did the tour of Ian's grandparents and great grandparents villages. It took about four hours and we had a great time. We passed farming and grazing land, over rolling hills and then into valleys – it was quite pretty. However, the villages were obviously once thriving towns but now were only ...
... lived. When we spoke to the only English speaking lady in the information centre, she just laughed. Then she would turn to the other ladies and explain what we were asking, then they all laughed together!! It took quite a lot of organising and Ines got us a taxi driver who was willing to do that. We had to pay for the mileage and each break that the driver took. All organised ...