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Polish Observations August 14, 2006

Posted by Amanda in Travel Diary.

Polish people seem quite law abiding when it comes to crossing the road. Rarely does anyone walk against the red man.

Flowers are important. So many people are carrying bunches of flowers and the single red rose is extremely popular.

There are more daschunds per head of population than anywhere else I have ever seen.

Polish trains are very slow.

The asian food thing hasn’t hit. Pataks Curry paste is more than $10 AUD a jar. A small sachet of chow mein sauce is $4 AUD.

The butter is unsalted.

An icecream is a “lody”.

We are off to the Czech Republic tomorrow.



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