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Re: Relocating to Poland

Postby clmbr » Sat Aug 11, 2012 12:12 am

ExcitableBoy wrote:Did you know Polish code breaking skills prior to WWII were the most highly advanced in the world?

Marian Rejewski - Polish mathematician and cryptologist who in 1932 solved the plugboard-equipped Enigma machine, the main cipher device used by Germany.
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Re: Relocating to Poland

Postby yatsek » Sat Aug 11, 2012 3:41 pm

sjarelkwint wrote:ok :-)
So I am living in Krakow. Now looking into a good first proper climb of a route (scramble up to UIAA II with III bits as maximum) that will show me the real beauty of the tatra :-)

Here you are.
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Re: Relocating to Poland

Postby Proterra » Mon Aug 20, 2012 11:50 am

sjarelkwint wrote:first hike done!

what is wrong with polish people? They give free vodka in fucking zakopane? Bloody trafficjams!!!


What did I tell you...

STAY OUT OF ZAKOPANE DURING POLISH SCHOOL HOLIDAYS!!!

Let me repeat this...

STAY OUT OF ZAKOPANE IN THE MONTHS OF JULY AND AUGUST!

Anyways,

Good you experienced this yourself, next time be a smart Belgian (like my dog, for example) and go to Slovakian Tatry in this time of year...
I have as much authority as the Pope. I just don't have as many people who believe it.
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Re: Relocating to Poland

Postby visentin » Mon Aug 27, 2012 8:55 am

My advice: cross the border at Jurgow/Podspady, a road that you catch by escaping the Zakopianska from Nowy Targ (much nicer views too). Then go to Zdiar and stay in one of the countless accomodations. As remote as Zakopane (perhaps shorter in time if traffic jams are considered), cheaper, and as quiet as Ural...
You're just in front of the Tatry Bielskie, and few hundred meters from the trailheads of the magnificent Javorova and Bielovodska/Morskie Oko valleys...
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