It was cold! ~ Now in England
Do not have a lot of time so this is a quick one but I am now in England, staying in Bristol for the next few nights
I loved my time in Poland. It is truly a nation of contrasts.
After arriving in Warsaw at 5am on the overnight bus i spent to nights there before moving on. My time there was good but nothing terribly exiting happened so i will not cure your insomnia by rambling on.
After Warsaw I went on to Lublin. Is a town in eastern Poland with a population of about 370 000. I do not really no why i went there the was not a lots to see some castles and stuff but it was a bit off the beaten track. I found a small hostel and had a good time talking with the owner who called me "Mr Australia".
When i was there i vested the extermination camp of Majdanek. It was a chilling experience. I was one of the first camps liberated and opened up as a museum when some of the other camps were operating. So umm yer what else to say.
I then moved on to Krakow. I sent six nights in Krakow taking the time to visit some of nearby towns where my grandfather grew up before the war. As most people who have traveling in no-English specking countries would agree using public transport is always fun!!! I only made it from Krakow to Chorzow (grandads town) buy the help of some very nice English speaking people and a bit luck.
It snowed when I was in Krakow. It was very cold.