Wroclaw, Poland has been largely ignored by the masses of tourists that have invaded Poland in recent years. This quaint city retains it’s medieval charm while at the same time offering unbeatable food and a cracking nightlife. Couldn’t get enough of…. Dwarf hunting around the colourful squares and streets Admiring the…

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The small city of Rzeszów (I still have no idea how to pronounce it – Che-sof I think!) lies to the east of the extremely popular city of Kraków. In May I was passing through on my way to Ukraine, as it’s small airport is served by Ryanair – hurrah! The border crossing is just…

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  The major frontier between the mighty European Union and Ukraine – an edgy, corrupt, yet extraordinary country. The contrast between the EU funded Polish side and the dishevelled Ukrainian side is stark. Within a few hundred metres you go from newly paved roads to potholed streets dominated by Soviet…

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