At the beginning of January, the 18th edition of one of the biggest dog sled races in Europe takes place in France. On more than 1000km of snowy roads and in the cold of Savoie and Mont Blanc, mushers from all over the world compete to win the title of La Grande Odyssée. Let me introduce you to these 12 days of competitions…
The magic of participating in the EVS program has come to an end. Not only because from next year it’s going to be called ESC, no, because it’s the 30th of June and we finish our work in the Public Library of Kraków.
This is my last blog entry, where I’m giving a general view of my EVS experience, and what it has meant to me.
So folks, my EVS has come to an end.
I am currently in the process of freaking out a bit, and trying to wrap my head around the fact that I have to go back to my old life.
These are strange times we live in: this pandemia does not seem to have any intention of leaving us and we are all unsure of the future; the world has changed and we all have to adjust to a new order. At the moment, I feel more confused than scared.
After covered 1600km by bike in Poland last August, it is time to get back on track and to have a new challenge. The European borders of the Schengen area should (I hope) open around mid-June, which would mean for me the possibility of doing another bike trip in July, this time in Europe.
In todays post I am going to write about the last travel I did before everything went crazy and we all got locked in our houses. Like I mentioned in my previous post, my aim was based to visit as much voivodship capitals as possible. In this case I purely enjoyed the magic Kuyavia-Pomeranians city of Toruń.