A medieval commerce town with a slight communist twist.
A trip around Europe – first stop: Wrocław. This is a wonderful, large city with rich history, warm and inviting atmosphere. Our first encounter was a bit wet, but soon turned out to be an excellent experience.
How dreams become reality, even if painful at my parents house. The first few weeks of our Sabbatical are nice and quiet. Not really…
Weather in Poland can change in an instant. Today the sunny, hot and humid turned into cold and soaking wet in just few minutes. Fortunately at the time we were in the car, unfortunately we had cover 60 miles in very limited visibility.
Today we have failed. We didn’t manage to arrange everything we needed to at the Registry Office, we run of of cash and patience. Instead we’ve taken a stroll in the city center.
International language school at Amelung pond or how to teach your kids few words you’d prefer to forget yourself.
A few pictures taken in the oldest part of Chorzów on a cloudy day. This part of town reminds me the most of the hometown I remember from times growing up here.
The road trip planning began. How we plan to spend the next few weeks travelling around Europe and how tight keeping family helps with tight finances.
What is “Oberschlesien”, why I call it home and why my Parents hate my guts at four o’clock in the morning.