Sunday, 22 April 2018

Earth Day 2018



The Earth Day 2018 is today. We’ve been celebrating it for the 48th time since 1970. It is to draw our attention to the beauty of the world we live in, and to the growth of awareness regarding the need of saving our world for next generations. There are in fact no two similar ecosystems on our planet. Each one is unique and ought to admired by itself. Let’s stop during today’s family walks for a while, look around and enjoy the miracle of living nature.

Author: Maria Olszowska, Masuria 2018

Friday, 20 April 2018

Holy Mass in Olsztyn



There’s holy mass for “Biedrza” at 6pm on Saturday - 21st April 2018, in Olsztyn’s Jaroty district. Andrzej Biedrzycki, one of the most popular contemporary footballers playing for Stomil, died one year ago (aged 50). What’s crucial, Stomil Olsztyn will play the match against Puszcza Niepolomice at 12:30pm to let football fans take part in the evening’s event. More via: sport.wm.pl

Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Mazur and Kenya



Something quite unusual happened yesterday in London. Our Roman was invited to a meeting with president of Kenya. It wasn’t his first meeting with a leader of country coming from Africa. Roman is a member of the Royal African Society and his work regards future development of that continent. What was unique in his opinion then? Very strict security that excluded even conversations. He said all his day was determined by that event but everything he was able to do was limited to one question only. Question regarded future development of public transport system in that part of Africa. There is very huge number of self-employed youth providing local transportation service. Long smart question met short smart answer: “I strongly believe.” Such things happen when professional in management meets professional in politics 🙂 Anyway, we’re very proud of our Roman!

Monday, 16 April 2018

Lady in Masuria



Walking across Masurian forests is not only healthy habit for all of us. It can bring a lot of fun, too. Have a look at the picture above. Our Masurian friend - Maria Olszowska from Mrągowo, spotted Daria’s cute “Lady” while a spring walk. It happens again, we saw something similar last year in a different spot. It looks like “Lady” is quite natural for Masurian nature, instead of being a British dog.

Saturday, 14 April 2018

Roman’s conference in London



Our Roman, who is strategic development director of the Polish University Abroad, had a great day today in London. You know that he is very good man with big Polish heart and huge European brain. The conference cycle he created for the PUA over 8 years ago took place another time today. They commemorate the last Polish President in exile - Ryszard Kaczorowski, who died together with 95 other Polish people in “Smolensk catastrophe” in Russia in 2010. Roman says they do the biggest and most important Polish academic event outside Poland. Nothing strange it has happened for the 8th time and will be continued. We know that in 2 years that conference will concern Poles in western front of the WW2 👏🏻👏🏻

Friday, 13 April 2018

Spring, more and more!



Spring has neglected to come to Masuria this year. But we are really happy to welcome it just now. But it looks like Masurian spring knows more about the weather forecasts than humans. We say in Poland in April: “ne’er cast a clout till May be out”. 

Author: Maria Olszowska, Masuria 2018

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Spring, definitely!



A lot of cheering symptoms of spring on our friendly Warmian-Masurian lawyer’s TT: have a look... 🌞 Paweł Socha has been making our days!! What you see on the bottom pics is some kind of clinic for birds in Bukwałd. We wrote about it not long time ago. It’s not far from Olsztyn. All we love storks much in Poland. People taking such kind of care of them do a very good job over there! ❤️❤️

Sunday, 8 April 2018

Seagulls from Masurian lakes



Seagulls are birds used to migration, in fact. Many of them come to Masuria in March. There are also seagulls living here all year long. They are rather noisy, while flying around or just sitting as a group. Now they have attractive feathers, because of laying period. Young birds’ll appear in Masuria in May.

Author: Maria Olszowska, Masuria 2018

Thursday, 5 April 2018

Open day at the WMU



Open day at the Warmian-Masurian University in Olsztyn tomorrow! Details: here... As a matter of fact, why not to go study in Poland? If you are European Union citizen, go study in the capital city of the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship. It’s a good university, about 30k students, almost 100 studies types and unique climate of Kortowo district in Olsztyn - city of lakes. One of our Roman’s friends graduated from Warmian-Masurian University. He says she is very good at her job. You know he is Honorary Strategic Development Director for the Polish University Abroad in London.

Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Farmer Wants A Wife



We’ve got a native Masurian man in Polish version of the reality television series “Farmer wants a wife”. His name is Łukasz, he is 35 and lives in Masuria. More about him: TVP 🤞🏻 Fingers crossed!!