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Leaving the dark bar and getting a hit of the intensive rays is hard. You close your eyes if you dont have the sunglasses. He had not, as enyone else in that town. Unheard of to wear sunglasses here.
Sun was even more ennoying after few shots of something stronger than just a beer. But he wanted to show me HIS river (I did not tell him it was also MY river) - the valley of the river Bug (completely frozen, plus covered with some snow).
Later on he took me to his house where I met his sister and brother.
I had a cup of coffee and a chat about the place. Somehow I find people like talking to me.

"Polish hospitality elevates the guest to the status of God for an evening.
The traditional way [of hosting guests] is structured and the rules are: Offer the guest everything in the house again and again; do everything for their comfort; be prepared to shave the family dog if it makes them happy; dont let them leave under any circumstances. The gracious guests' rules are: Sit, eat and drink everything enthusiastically; rave about it; stay for a long time."
Shortcuts to Poland by Laura Klos Sokol

PS. In the workshop you can find a view of the river photographed nearly two months ago when visiting the place with Kev. That pic was taken two kilometers from the one presented today.
Please feel free to give your opinion on this image - this is my first use of Corel Paint Shop Pro X.

venki, mark88, supereira, kebek, don_narayan, cengiz, peck, KevRyan has marked this note useful

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