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POLAND | Friday, 14 August 2015 | Views [314]

Yesterday I walked around Gdansk, but first I had three meetings with others I met before-not one, not two, but three.


(1) While having breakfast in the hostel, I actually ran into a women who I actually met on a walking tour in Zurich. She recognized me. I thought she stood out, because she was a African American woman with a Caribbean accent (I think she was from St Thomas)-not that common in Poland (or Switzerland)

(2) On the afternoon walking tour of Dansk-i ran into a red head from Germany and her two friends, who I met (1) First on a tour of the Schindler house in Krakow, then (2) on a tour of old town in Warsaw, and I met them here again in Dansk

(3) Finally, Pawel and Josh, who I met back in Krakow from the communist tour (Pawel was the leader of the tour), messaged me on Facebook and said they we're in town, so I met them quickly yesterday at a bar.

So a strange day as far as that goes. Otherwise, I missed the morning walking tour I wanted to go on, because I went to the wrong location. So I walked around and bought a new pair of sandals (not to be confused with the flip flops I bought), My old sandals broke (which I bought like 2 months ago), and these we're only $14.00. I then went on the afternoon walking tour, which other then running into those people, and meeting another guy who travelled all around Eastern Europe, who worked in computers and gave me suggestions on travel there, it was an ordinary day. But Gdansk is a great town to hang out in and stay a while-a great boardwalk amongst the canal, great restaurants, athmopshere, etc.






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