Dear Krakow


My arrival to Krakow was an
amazing experiencie. It was a long trip from Alicante to Madrid, after from
Madrid to Varsaw and finally at 23 pm a train that would leave me at Krakow at
5 am.
When I arrive to the flat only i want to sleep so i couldnt meet well my
flatmate. But the days before i meet her well and i was so happy, because she
speak good english and was very kind and nice with me. She showed me nice
places in krakow and cooked me a lot of delicous dishes from Azerbaijan. We
decided to make every weekend a international day who some of us had to cooked
something of our country.

At begining it took some
getting used to live in Poland, maybe the weather or because school was closed
I had to do online lesson and nobody join it. also to been far away from my
people and my love. With the passing of the days and the fields bloomin, the
school opened i was feeling better. I felt more motivated and prepared to do
everything that i propose.
Do exercise helped me a lot. I found many interesting and wonderful places
running under Krakow’s changeable weather

Laura ♊ from Spain. Volunteer at the Democratic school organized by Fundacja Przestrzeń (Wolna Szkoła Przestrzeń )
The project is co-founded by European Solidarity Corps

Author: European Volunteers in Poland

A blog curated by volunteers taking part in European Solidarity Corps initiative in Poland and coordinated by Active Woman Association

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