Day 39 – Polish off your beer. On my walk to work, I stumbled across this lonely beer can on a wall waiting to see its fate as the dustbin men loom. I wouldn’t of really noticed this if it wasn’t for the Polish name on it and being in Poland only a few […]
Day 17 – Last day in Krakow and the old birds getting their bread feed! Everywhere you go around the centre of the city you see these bread sellers, just loved these three ladies buying some bread, next to the pigeons getting theirs!
Day 16 – Not everything in Poland is associated with doom and Gloom, we ventured of to Wieliczka Salt Mines, built in the 13 century and well worth a visit. It’s full of history, art, chapels and er, well salt, and yes the Nazi’s did get there hands on it for a short period of time […]
Day 15 – Nothing can give you the true perspective of what happened at these camps, and visiting can only give you a little better idea. Whilst walking around in the comforts of my boots, thermals, coat, hat and gloves, you cannot but think how you could even survive a few minutes here in next […]
Day 14 – We (my wife and I) arrive in Krakow, Poland to the bitter cold and snow, as we trek in search of our hotel located in the Jewish quarter, we check in, dump our bags and head into Krakow centre to see what’s install. Armed with warm clothes and my camera bag I […]