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How does a typical week in Poland look like? It’s as normal and boring as in any other country.
School and work start mostly at 8a.m. and end about 3-6p.m. By the way, I’m not sure if you know it, but in Poland we do not use ‘a.m.’ or ‘p.m.’. For example instead of saying ‘7p.m.’, we say… 19.
So, after work, people eat, watch TV and do all the boring stuff. But then comes Friday. I guess I’ve written enough about Friday parties. People just have fun, go out and meet their friends. I know, that it’s not enough said. A lot of things might happen, when it’s time to party!
Saturday is a cleanup day. I guess it’s our tradition to clean our houses that day. You can see your neighbors cleaning their windows and hear them vacuuming through the wall.
Sunday is, as I already called it – the lazy day. People go to the church, have a family dinner and just spend time together. First days of autumn in Poland are beautiful and simply perfect for having a walk. Golden leaves fall from the trees, Sun shines and it’s still warm enough to go out. But you can drink hot chocolate in the evening anyway;) Autumn Sundays are really beautiful and the atmosphere is just indescribable.
Keep calm and don’t be so serious