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 border divides the municipality into Cieszyn (Polish) and Česky Těšín (Czech). Since Canadians need a $70.00 visa to see all things Czech, we’ll watch where we’re walking. Actually, I think we’re going to take extra special care to stay out of trouble. Not that Central Europe is a dangerous place. It isn’t. It’s just that the Canadian government hasn’t been so good at looking out for their citizens abroad.

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