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Archive for April, 2016

Kto ty jesteś? Polak mały…The profession of faith of the Polish little child Posted by on Apr 29, 2016

Constitution Day in Poland is just around the corner. Today couple of Polish patriotic poems! Władysław Bełza – ,,Wyznanie wiary dziecięcia polskiego” Kto ty jesteś? Polak mały. Jaki znak twój? Orzeł biały. Gdzie ty mieszkasz? Między swemi. W jakim kraju? W polskiej ziemi. Czem ta ziemia? Mą ojczyzną. Czem zdobyta? Krwią i blizną. Czy ją…

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Why Poles don’t say hello to the strangers on the street? Posted by on Apr 22, 2016

I remember my first impression when I came to USA: how friendly most of the people were and how people on the street were saying hello to me! I thought to myself: what a great, positive, friendly experience! I loved how people were smiling, saying hello and asking how was I doing. I have never…

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How to get out of trouble if you get arrested in Poland Posted by on Apr 18, 2016

In my last post I shared some tips on how not to get in trouble while visiting Poland (take a look here). Hopefully none of you will get in a big trouble after all! But, if you will….well, let’s see if we can get you ready for this. So what to do if you will…

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How not to get in trouble while visiting Poland Posted by on Apr 16, 2016

Poland is a safe, civilised, wonderful country. You can have an awful lot of fun here in world-class cities without bags of cash or the worry that something is going to go wrong. But, like anywhere, Poland has it rules and regulations – and they may not be ones you’re used to. Recently I read…

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How can you spend a great holiday on a Polish farm? Posted by on Apr 2, 2016

I guess I’m a perfect person to ask this question! I grew up on a big, actually huge fruit farm in Poland. Everywhere you looked, you could see fruit! Thousands of apple trees, pear and plum trees, cherries, strawberries, raspberries, and a big vegetable garden with a fence of sunflowers around it! I have to…

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