Poland, TRAVELS

Krakow, Weiliczka, and Auschwitz

After a gruelling 8 hour journey in which I leant Polish trains are incredibly slow, we arrived in Krakow, Poland. Krakow was one of the few cities in Poland that was not destroyed in WWII and in the past it was the old capital so it has got quite a bit of history. We checked […]

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Poland, TRAVELS

Malbork & Torun

From Gdansk we made a day trip to Malbork, the largest gothic castle in Europe. It was quite impressive. We were informed by a nice passerby that there was a free guide service, of course she only spoke Polish but luckily I had a translator. Malbork castle was the seat of the grand master of […]

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Poland, TRAVELS

Gdansk

After a bus ride where we were fed ice-cream and given proper coffee, we arrived in snowy Gdansk where to grandmother’s house we go. Here is M shovelling show for his grandmother. The next day was nice and sunny so we went to nearby Sopot to admire the beach. Unfortunately it wasn’t beach season but […]

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Poland, TRAVELS

Warsaw

We arrived at an ungodly hour of 6am at the Warsaw bus station. M’s relative graciously picked us up and took us to their place where we stayed the night. Warsaw was quite cold. We went to see the old town which was completely rebuilt after WWII. In the old town a gypsy lady passed […]

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