Well, today is my last full day in Poland. To start off the day right we slept in like all good college students do, ate breakfast/lunch at our new favorite sandwich shop, and bought last minute gifts for our families back home. Living in Poland for the past six weeks has been an unforgettable experience. … Continue reading Goodbye Poland, It’s Been Real
Yes I realize that is a very bold statement, but when you finish reading this post, I think you will agree. On Friday, August 3rd, I, Taylor Clemons, visited a World War II museum. Astounding I know, but please give me a chance to explain myself. First of all, this museum is not yet open … Continue reading The Coolest Thing I’ve Done In Poland
The last few days in Krakow were bittersweet to say the least. We finished up our language classes and graduated, received diplomas, and spent the last day doing whatever we pleased without having to worry about homework. Spending four weeks in Krakow were four weeks well spent. We went to just about every museum, found … Continue reading Goodbye Krakow, Hello Wrocklove
On July 14th the language program students at Jagiellonian University (this is the four week language program the UF Study Abroad kiddo's are attending) went to Zakopane, a town in southern Poland, and hiked through the Tatra Mountains. First off, the mountains were absolutely beautiful. We lucked out with perfect weather: sunny with a chilly … Continue reading Mountain Climbing 101
Upon arriving in Kraków I found myself both jet lagged and culture shocked. As I walked into the non-air conditioned dormitory where I’ll be spending my next four weeks I tried to blink the sleep from my eyes. To get to Poland I had to endure a ten-hour flight, 6-hour layover, another 2-hour flight, screaming … Continue reading I Made it to Poland!