Järgmine päev kolisime linnale lähemale, päeva veetsime Krakowi peal süües ja snäkkides (tundub nagu me oleks paksukeste suvelaagrisse tulnud 😄) Vahepeal sattusime täiesti juhuslikult ühte pulma. Ma ütlesin, et lähne vaatame ühte kirikusse sisse ning äkitselt mingi mees juhatas meid ettepoole, et vahekäik tuleb vabaks teha ning 10min hiljem kõndis pruut altari ette. Supper lamp. Õhtul vedasin Annika ta elu esimesele pubirallile, mis oli väga äge ja igast põnevate inimestega.
Pühapäeval kerget väsimust trotsides ajasime kotid selga ja asusime Slovakkia poole. Saime linnapiiride seest (kuna me rohkem ei viitsinud jalutada😁) autole, kes taaskord tegi endale suure ringi ja viis meid piiripunktini ära. Ausõna, poolakad on niiiiiiiii sõbralikud ja toredad. Kuigi enamus, kes meid peale võtsid, ei rääkinud inglise keelt üldse, siis ikka viisid meid ekstra kuhu meil oli vaja. 🇵🇱
As said in my last post, we were on our way to Poland. This day ended up lasting forever and ever. We started our day from Kaunas and first car took us only 10km, thankfully a polish truckdriver stopped and took us to Poland. This was a super comfy ride, since I was able to nap in a bed, whilst Annika tried to communicate with the driver and he spoke no english whatsoever. We drove around 4 hours with him and he dropped us off in the middle of a highway, when he had to turn away and we stood there, bit schocked, because firstly it is illegal to hitchhike in Poland and especially on highways since cars are not allowed to stop. And the rainclouds coming towards us made the situation even worse. Thankfully a car stopped only 5 minutes after we raised our hands again. But somehow Annika managed to breake the door of the car and at first I tried to hold my laughter back, but then her and the driver couldn' t fix it, so it wasn' t so funny anymore. Somehow they managed to close it and the driver was suppppppper nice, just said "no problem". He took us to Warschau and made a massive detour for himself and took us to the other side of the city since we said we want to go to Cracow next. This guy was like a gift from heaven that day. Soon we got to a car that took us straight to Cracow and since we were not sure if we are going to make it so far we had no accommodation booked and only one left was 10km outside of the center in a random neighbourhood and the driver took us right infront of the hostel. Altogether we travelled around 800km that day.
Next day we moved to another hostel closer to the city and explored our way around (mostly eating on every other corner. We actually are like fat kids in a summercamp). One moment we accidentally crashed a wedding right before bride started to walk down the aisle. I just said lets check out that church and when we got in some organiser guy told us to go more infront and free the aisle. Was supper random. In the evening we took part of a pub crawl which was a lot of fun.
On Sunday despite our exhaustment we packed our bags again and went to the road. We started in the city, because we couldn't be bothered walking anymore and first car passing us took us in and once again took us to the border of Poland and Slovakia, although his town was way before that. Polish people are sooooooooooooooo friendly and even despite the fact, most who gave us lift didn't speak almost any english, they still tried to communicate with hands and legs and took us way further that they should have. 🇵🇱