Archive for September 2003

T-minus seven…

One week and counting and we are on our way to Poland. We finally know what town we’ll be living in. It’s Cieszyn (pronounced Cheh-shin). The website makes it look great. The only problem with the place is that we’re not allowed into a part of it: the Czech part. As I understand it, the [...]

Love You, Hate You, Love You

One of Poland’s many charms is its idiosyncratic consular services. Martha and I are bound by geography to the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Toronto and because of numerous trips to the lovely Lakeshore West building, we feel like we really know the place. We have a long history with this mission, [...]