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Travel Blogs from Warsaw
... primarily from the Judaic Library (located in the Ghetto) and storing them in milk cans, fearing that they would eventually be destroyed by the Nazis. The project was done in complete secret - as discovery by the Nazis would have undoubted destroyed the archives and murdered the participants immediately. Over the years, Ringelblum and his operation collected thousands of documents, thus creating ...
... about things that can't always be asked or learnt when visiting a city. The conversation over the glass of wine was interesting and covered a range of topics not just volunteering in Africa, it also became clear that despite having very different upbringings on the opposite side of the world, we had similar opinions and thoughts. These random encounters are what travelling is about and meeting Piotr and Danuta made my decision to go to Warsaw completely worth it.
They stared in wide eyed wonder at me hurrying to find a money changer that was opened on Boxing day. I had to walk about 3 km when I found one that was opened.
So glad to hurry back to my hotel and pay- straight to sleep and showers.
So now I will be making great use of my much thank ful friend that will be accompanying me for these four weeks.
My Kathmandu jacket.
So happy for it, and so so happy that I purchased it on sale even when I didnt know when ...
... he had never seen total destruction like that visited on Warsaw. Everything had to be built anew.
Building, churches and shops in the Old Town were all rebuilt in accordance with their original plans, and it has become quite the destination area. We, however, did not make it there. We kept getting waylaid by something in our path that looked interesting, or we just plain ran out of time. Then, there’s always our best excuse, we stopped for lunch and ...
... had determined that "lines" didn't matter as they were constantly walking back and forth, mostly trying to add more people in front of me. And the utter lack of appreciation for personal space made for quite a frustrating morning.
Eventually, two lovely ladies from Canada came up behind me and we chatted for a bit, which helped pass the time. They had been traveling for almost a month-visiting one's daughter who was teaching in ...
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