My second month in Poland is winding to a close, so it’s time to check up on me again! Have I got homesick yet? (Spoilers: Maybe.) How’s Krakow treating me? Has Tinder offered to sponsor my life yet?
A few weeks ago, I asked on my Instagram stories (because those polls give me life) whether anyone would be interested in reading about living abroad as an expatriate in a more personal, diary-like style, and the majority of the people who answered said ‘yes’. (Wise choice – I would have probably sprung this series on you anyway.) This will be an approximately bi-monthly or monthly installment, depending how much time I can justify to put in writing posts instead of hoping that my thesis will write itself if I just keep opening up the Word documents diligently each day. (So far, no such luck.)
For now, gather around children, for these are my stories from Krakow, Poland.
When I started planning what to do in Gdansk, I found out quickly that there really aren’t that many blog posts about the town. It’s understandable – the seaside town of Gdansk is far from the southern party capital of Krakow, and not that many backpackers venture to the Baltic coast for a good time. You totally should, by the way. It’s awesome.
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