After writing about cities like Kraków, Wilno or Poznań i would like to tell you in this blog post more about a part of Poland and its capital city which is not as known as the others but also worth to visit: Rzeszów- the capital city of Subcarpathia region.
All is quiet today, still
Rainy and gray morning, rotten weather
Your soul also is gray
Hangover, you wake up, cigarette in your mouth
Headache, you drag yourself out of bed
Like every day, nothing changes
For the reason of Three Kings Day, Monday the 6th January was free so some of my flatmates and me decided spontaneously to go to Poznań.
After 12 days of adventure, I’m halfway through my cycling trip to Poland. My final destination, Krakow, is still far away. The twelfth day gave me big surprises. After the 140 km of this day, I have to recover quickly because tomorrow promises to be difficult.
I resume my story.
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?
November is here and it’s time for me to write my first entry.
I have been in Kraków nearly for a month and a half and so far it has been a blur of clothes strewn everywhere, meetings and workshops, and trying not to get lost in a big city.
Which happened twice, thanks to my poor sense of direction.