Travel Blogs from Bialowieza
... our one day there was just a brief stop to the grand finale. It was time to see my family.
I was born in Stawiski and my parents immigrated to Hamtramck when I was three years old. I've only been back once, I was 12 years old, so my visit was certainly long overdue. We boarded the bus in Warsaw, assuring my aunt the day before there was no reason to have anyone drive to Warsaw to pick us up. We told her we'd be in ...
... lining moving and dishevelled and tramp like I am ready for the off. The first 120 miles continue with rain rain and rain the equivalent of being jet washed continuously,with no protection no screen on the bike soaked to the skin as I arrive in Brest. A quaint slow moving pace town on the Belarus Poland border. I follow the signs yellow triangles to the border, ten minutes later two roads closed due to road works and ...
... nouveau vocabuaire:
- une explication plausible
- nommer en memoire de
- un moyen de circuler facilement
- transport de marchandises
- (le) partimoine mondial de l'UNESCO
...Did you konw that a "deead line" during The Civil War in America used to define a real line which was drawn around the camp of the prisoners and served as the border of the camp. If ...
b) get back to my weight category (45 kg) (never ever start silly non-eating diet! training will be impossible, plus additional heart problems. still, i need to cut off some products as well as decide on the right timing)
- cut off sugar (i said finishing a buiscuit, haha), pastry, white bread. Allowed: rye/wholegrained bread, a bar of dark chocolate (100 g a week)
- concentrate on the protein products ...
... to the gallery, we observed how beautifully it was arranged, including toys for little children who would be accompanying their parents. My art work was mounted on boards, ready to be hung outside while a Klezmer duet was practicing their music. Outside, a rustic looking man was carving wooden Jewish figures. The weather was great.
Tomek certainly planned an incredible event, ...