I like travelling, family history and reading books. I am ESL teacher in High Junior school and at University.
that is cute. thanks, gosia!
I agree with you
Perfect for kids!
Yep, Gosia, Childhood memories never disappear, do they?I have great memories of my youth - in the country.Chook feeding, poddy calves and lambs fed with buckets of milk and bottle feeding, horse riding, tree climbing, bird egg huniting and having pets such as kangaroos ( baby orphaned Joeys) , emu chicks and even an orphaned possum which delightedrunning up bare legs - OUCH!The Native Aussie pets when they grew up and were ready for going back into thekangaroo mobs and the emu flocks were - with many tears flowing profusely - released.Some would come back and visit but eventually they realised where they belonged.Visit to Cracow. Unfortunately Gosia my days of travel are over. With my back hanging by a thread due to early childhood polio and then intensive sporting days,I can't get travel insurance and NO ONE in their right mind travels overseas without that! So I will have to do with your picturesque and informative blog for Polish sights and history.CheersColin
Colin i agree with you childhood is the best period of our life and so amazing and charming without any duties.. It is a pity you can't visit me..
I love colours ,too
The building has lots of colour too.
At my place preschhols are very often colourful
That is a fun and colorful fence and it appears that the school is quite colorful too.
Yes it is sa colourful inside
A fence around a nearby children's park was just painted the same way. However, it's an old-fashioned-style picket fence. Still, fun. As for childhood, NOT the best period of my life.
What abvout the fence you are right . i know for some people childhood is not the best stage of life
Oh, the kids would love these colourful fencing and the building too! Make everything looks so lively!
Children love it and admire their school