Wroclaw, Poland Gnome Land

The ride down to Wroclaw was quite a blur I was in and out of consciousness. This type of lifestyle can get exhausting after a while. It was getting to me, and on top of that, the cold weather was affecting me as well. Taking the back seat was a great choice. It gave me the option not to have to make constant conversation. I got dropped off at my new host's house as we got closer it was not in the city center, so they became concerned with where I was going. They kept joking that they were sending me off to my death and that they would check to make sure I survived in the morning. I do find it interesting the way our minds work, and how we always think of the worst possible scenario.

Yet, pulling up to the house, I was greeted with the biggest smile and hug from Marlena and her two lovely dogs. As I stepped into the house, I was hugged and kissed by her mother, who was also very worried about what to feed me. She also has a daughter who loves unicorns and loved my green hair. I had wanted to touch up my hair, so I asked her if she wanted to dye her hair with me, so we had a lovely bonding experience getting our green hair. The hospitality I was receiving was overwhelming and appreciated, she does work at a hotel, so it made sense and was something we had in common. The next day I had to get up early to go on the walking tour with the group from Angloville. She took me to the meeting point so I wouldn't get lost.

The weather was extremely cold. I was hoping this tour would be a quick one. By halfway, none of us could feel our fingers and toes, so we had to take a break to go indoors and get warm. Walking around after the tour, I found an all-vegan grocery store. At this point, I was freezing so I knew it was time to go ba