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... at home"here and it was fun to see him so happy.
We found a booth that looked like it was serving some yummy food and ordered before we sat down in the sun and relaxed. We had potatoes, kielbasa sausage and cabbage again. Also a beer.
After dinner we walked past a booth selling chocolate covered fruits, so I helped myself to some grapes and we carried on until Nick found some "cow" candy that he absolutely loves. He purchased 5 pieces and at ...
... Then from then on they turned it into a camp. All the buildings used to be single storey but the Germans built another level to expand the capacity of the prisoners
Before entering the first building she explained to us what we were about to see. This was good in a way was it prepared us. The first building was a museum to see how it used to look and what the surrounding areas used to be like. She told us that this was the first of three Auschwitz which was also the ...
... but God Bless. Gas was cleared by guys holding flames on long sticks which seems really dangerous and the work was all manual. We see the barrels that were filled with salt and transported to the surface by horse drawn wagons. What a good outing. We are back in Kazimierz where we have another delicious market bread-pizza for lunch before collecting our bags and taking a cab (11 zlt) to the ...
... about not only the impact that this trip has on me, but how can I channel that energy into impacting others.
But today, I think I got a good answer to that question, and I have to thank my students for it. The important thing is to know that every action is significant. No matter how small. So no, I may never have the capacity to create a lasting legacy for a thousand employees, or improve the life of many more living in a slum. No I will ...
We got up really early and hopped on the bus after picking up Simon and peter. We drove 3 hours before paying you use the loo. (Really though, welcome to Europe). We we're suffer in to watch a film about Auschwitz. I don't know why, I wad surprised how big the concentration camp was. It was nothing like Mauthausen. It was a beautiful day. The contrast of the lovely weather made to harder to a wrap you mind around the fact that it really wasn't that long ago. We ...