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Poland's Growth Fastest in 10 Years


Polanglik 11 | 303  
17 Nov 2007 /  #91
You are totally right Oarman!

I come over to Poland , roughly once a month for about 1-2 weeks at a time - when I bring clients for a viewing trip so they can see what Poland is like , they stare in total amazement stating that Poland is nothing like what they expected !

Everyone who has come over with me has said how impressed they are with Poland, and that all their preconceptions of a 'poor' country had been shattered - they all leave with a view that Poland is a country which is heading in the right direction .... and one that will be a major player in years to come !

Watching these clients walk around Poland can be compared to looking at children let loose in a toy/sweet shop for the first time, especially when they see the beautiful women that Poland has in abundance !
Neil63 6 | 57  
17 Nov 2007 /  #92
I am an English guy and I visit Poland once a month and have done so for 18 months. I like the country and the people. Sure there are good and bad like in any country. My experience is that they are hard working with traditional values - we have lost that in my country. The Polish people come to the UK to work and earn money, some stay some go home. I have no problem with this. I work in the construction industry. Five years ago the Poles were coming to England and working for the English. Now they are starting their own businesses and because they work hard they do well - good luck to them. You must remember in the late 1990's when we had a recession here many, many people in the construction industry went and worked in Germany following unification because that is where the work was - this is no different from people coming from Central Europe to the UK.

One more thing, I have traveled around the country - and much of it is a bit like the Polish women - very beautiful.
Buddy 7 | 167  
18 Nov 2007 /  #93
my dad told me that Polish pilots would fly out in conditions British pilots wouldn't, thick fog and really bad weather

Having seen the Polish driving skills, gung ho attitude and road conditions, I'm sure the quote above would be quite true.
Polson 5 | 1,770  
18 Nov 2007 /  #94
Quoting: Daisy
my dad told me that Polish pilots would fly out in conditions British pilots wouldn't, thick fog and really bad weather

Having seen the Polish driving skills, gung ho attitude and road conditions, I'm sure the quote above would be quite true

LoL actually during WW2, Polish pilots were known for being among the bests. They helped in the battle of Britain, if i remember well ;)
El Gato 4 | 351  
18 Nov 2007 /  #95
Polish 303 squadron had more kills in WW2 than any other RAF squadron in the entire war. There are dozens of cemetary's throughout England devoted to Polish pilots. You should google it.

But this is about Polish growth, not pilots, so....

Sweet.......we're growin' :]

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