Mid-trip

I am already at the half-way point of this trip. I hate how time speeds up when you’re having fun.

Image and video hosting by TinyPic Trust me, friends. I am having a blast. This is me frolicing in front of the Summer Palace. (Your mission, if you choose to accept it: use the word “frolic” in a sentance today.)

Image and video hosting by TinyPic This is one of the timelines the students made about my life. It is bizarre to see your life laid out like this.

Yesterday I puzzled the cafeteria staff by taking lots of pictures of the lunchline.

Image and video hosting by TinyPic Juice = soki

Image and video hosting by TinyPic Options for main courses.

Image and video hosting by TinyPic Milkshakes!

Image and video hosting by TinyPic Paprika-flavored potato chips!

Image and video hosting by TinyPic My favorite part – an incredible pastry selection.

Image and video hosting by TinyPic At the end of the day I was interviewed by Omer (from Israel), Tom (from New Zealand) and Veronika (from the US & Poland. Tom is the genius behind Warsawparkour’s website. They asked great questions!

9 Replies to “Mid-trip”

  1. Do they still use the zloty instead of the euro, or do they take both the way France accepts both francs and euros?

    ps: I wish all our snow would melt so I could watch lambs frolic in fields of green grass. (couldn’t resist)

  2. thanks

    i just want to say thanks for coming to our school
    im glad you had a nice time here 😛

  3. not paprika

    you problably know this but in polish parprika means peppers [like green peppers] did you try any?

  4. I am gradually growing more envious everyday that you are in Poland! I hope to go there someday after high school.

    My use of the word “frolic” today:

    Tonight, I will be “frolicking” in the garden at my local public library to help plant some flowers and such for Earth Day on Sunday.

  5. i feel good! ba-da-ba-da-Da-da-DA! i never knew that i would! ba-da-ba-da-Da-da-DA!

    you wanna know why i feel so good??? i had already accomplished my mission for the day before it was assigned. my friend and i were frolicking through the cafe earlier. and we identified our oursleves as “The Frolickers.” (this is, of course, a formal title)

    another word that to me, goes along with frolic: smitten, as in the following:

    if i didnt know that you were married and 15 years my senior, i think i would be smitten with you. (that is to say, your writing style and sence of humor in this blog are fantastic, and make me wish i had you as a real life friend. you have my ongoing adoration)

    … i hope that doesnt make me seem creepy.

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