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... s new bunny) and said hello to Prague! Prague is a beautiful city and everyone in the world seems to have noticed since it is crowded with hordes congregating in the beautiful old town. the architecture is definitely thaw highlight for me, as I have recently discovered how much i love old grand buildings, especially anything Gothic or with intricate carvings. I then head to Berlin with a day stop in Dresden along thy way where I saw some ...
... an alternative way of opposition against the authoritarian communist regime by means of a peaceful protest that used absurd and nonsensical elements (Purple Alternative movement against the Tories, anyone?) As with so many of the countries I've visited that were formally or informally controlled by the former USSR, there is a strong tradition of satirical and absurdist humour that is alive and well and likely to continue. Hurrah.
believe it or not!). Legnice was marked on our Europe map as having a
historical cityscape, but after a very brief drive-through we can see it is run
down and so we don’t hang about. We find a motorway stopover just outside of
Wroclaw, and after a Skype session with family, settle in for dinner, showers
and a lazy morning.
Late on Easter Monday we drive the last remaining miles to Wroclaw, accidentally
drive up a road we are not ...
... ten minutes to the cabin. It was set on ski resort but there was no snow yet. We had an authentic Polish dinner cooked for us which was basically tomato soup over rice like pasta and then perogies. We then did presentations of our work. 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide. It was very cool to see everyones work. There is some pretty impressive stuff. I know I will learn a lot from people here. I was the first asleep (9pm jet lag) and when we work up we had breakfast made for us. Eggs ...
Compared to the camp in Lithuania, I have been finding myself making extremely individualized lessons for each of my classes since the ages are extremely varied and each class tends to be a little bit different. Although I changed my lessons for the each group slightly in Lithuania, it seemed necessary to do it more here in Poland because my age range was from 8-16 year olds. During the first day of camp, when each class went around and met each teacher for ten minutes, ...