Od początku roku, obywatele m.in. Hiszpanii, Ukrainy, Stanów Zjednoczonych, a nawet Turkmenistanu spotykają się na zajęciach pt. Polski jest super. To już czwarta edycja kursu organizowanego przez Wojewódzką Bibliotekę Publiczną w Krakowie, oferującego obcokrajowcom szansę na darmową naukę podstaw języka polskiego i poznanie naszej kultury.
Today’s blog entry is about one of my favorite cities: Wilno , also known as Vilnius, the capital of nowadays Lithuania. I choose this topic because I want to tell you more about the different connections I personally have to this city.
6 months ago when I was working as an engineer in my birthplace, Valencia, I could not imagine that I will be teaching Spanish and English in a city as Krakow. But here we are, in a country with a new language that I would like to learn, sharing flat and life with other volunteers and living one of the most important experiences in my life.
In the next posts I’m going to tell you 4 stories. Their main characters are Carlo, Sofia, Helena and Jose. I wish you enjoy. Would you like to join me to meet Carlo?
After spending the last five months in Szczecin, where I did my final internship, It came to me the idea to travel to Poland again. Where can I go? Why not the East! Sometimes, to live life more intensely, you have to challenge yourself, to push yourself, to ask yourself the question: can I do it? I wondered if I could do Ebląg-Kraków by following the borders of neighboring countries in the East, helping me with the „Green Bike” bike path. Bike, tent, all the stuffs at the back of my bike, here I am! I leave on August 7th to join Ebląg and start this adventure.
The first month is already over and we are still alive! Right after arriving safely in Kraków the weather showed his badest side and it was rainy and cold. After this, it got even more colder until -2°C so a lot of volunteers already start to struggle because they don´t know temperatures like this, especially at beginnig of October!