In the last year, we had everything. Not last I was living in Warsaw and here in Poland still.
Warsaw has been my hotspot during this pandemic time.
Hanging out, shopping, seat in the bar, close at home like everyone else during the lockdown.
I spend so much time watching and learning.
Watching people around, how polish people think and how they react to issues and I learn how different it’s is from us come from western Europe.
Geographic and mentality it’s at the opposite end from London. In this place, I spend the previous twenty years of my life.
In some many ways, they are similar, but I must say they are more identical to England then to London. At least as mentality.
Now it’s time to move again.
I still looking for to the magical place where I would be happy but for now, I must be sure I could find in the new site a book shop and a coffee shop to find myself in peace.
As expected from last spring, here in Brussels we are again in lockdown. Governments around the Continents indeed try to call it “partial lockdown”, but it is difficult to seriously see many differences from what we had last spring across Europe. What we are about to experience again from this week it’s very close to […]
The Majority of the government are saying more or less the same phrase: “People should stop complaining endlessly about testing and see what this country has achieved.” Sure, great logic, it’s like if I will say: “People forget that 95% of the Titanic’s maiden voyage was accident-free, delightful sailing.” Advertisements
Has anyone else noticed there seems to be a rise in humor lately? Good sign? Or a sign of impending madness? Honestly, we need it some humour!We either laugh or cry, and I’ve done enough of the latter these last 7 months.Up till very late the other night, helpless with laughter at “Humanity” by Ricky […]