I've changed my address at least once per year since 2011. I moved once again, and now I call home Poland.
It started as a failure — I've been rejected from a university due to my "lack of talent". Now I know it was one of the best things that could happen to me, pointing me to a world of possibilities I couldn't even imagine, experiencing people and places across the US, EU, and recently China. I opted to keep the wheel spinning, and after a few layovers across countries, I was sitting in a bus heading to Poland.
Suddenly, unlike any expectations, we got lost somewhere in Germany. I was thinking, "How hard could it be?" I mean, in the current age where even a toilet paper holder has a GPS receiver, a big bus company can't manage to drive through a city... But headphones projecting decibels of Joy Division: "A change of speed, a change of style, a change of scene, with no regrets..." didn't allow any distressing state of mind. Ignoring that we just entered a one-way street in the wrong direction, I thought, "No bother; I am excited. Properly excited. There is yet another chapter of life ahead of me, and I feel keen to experience it." A sense of freedom soaked my mind, balanced the universe; all was good in my world.
Wroclaw, here I come!
So aye. I've been here a bit, and without a surprise, I took some pics. Here's the first batch..
...the fourth-largest city in Poland, with a population of ~700 000.
...with a neat city center
...A place with many landmarks
...also as grey as it gets, every now and then. That's not a complaint tho.
..cool to walk through
..a city with many cool corners to explore
..a fine place to be.
Thanks for reading.