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Sleeping With Strangers & Locked in a Basement in Warsaw

I’ll be honest, I’d never considered visiting Warsaw. I’d never even thought about visiting Poland. I wouldn’t know what to do there. But when we were sat searching for the cheapest way to get to Thailand from the summer camp in Romania,

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A Disappointing Day at Auschwitz

Arbeit Macht Frei Gate at Auschwitz I Concentration Camp

The infamous Auschwitz-Birkenau complex is the largest of all the concentration camps operated by the Third Reich of Nazi Germany and today remains as the most recognisable. An estimated 1.1 Million Jews, Poles, Romani and Soviet Soldiers were systematically murdered

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Krakow: Sightseeing, Sisha & The Scariest Moment of My Life

Lost Souls Alley

Poland’s second largest city, Krakow is one of the oldest cities in the country and is known for its historical architecture, which is beautiful and well preserved. More recently, the city is known for its role during World War II

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Exploring Transylvania: Days Out with Happy Faces

Corvin Castle

In Summer 2014 we spent seven weeks volunteering at Happy Faces summer camp in Transylvania, Romania. Aside from Gypsies and Dracula we had no idea what to expect, but we soon discovered that Romania has lots of cool and interesting

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Teaching English at a Romanian Summer Camp: Everything You Need to Know

Ever wondered what it’s really like to volunteer teaching English at a summer camp abroad? Well in Summer 2014, we both volunteered to teach English for 7 weeks at the kid’s summer camp in Romania, Tabara Happy Faces, you know, instead

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Road Trip Transylvania

After our cross-dressing exploits, a couple of less wild weeks went by on camp. We went on a few trips with the children (I’ll write about those later), our new room-mate Rhia from Denmark arrived and Zahra, Rick and I were given

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Camp Life Becomes a Drag

<< Part 3: We’ll get to the part where I’m in a dress soon enough… But first update yourself on the story so far in my previous blog ‘Happy Faces in Romania‘. Our first week on camp was much less

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