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How to find Polish friends without knowing their names?


tom de neef 1 | -
2 Oct 2011  #1
We met 6 young Polish people while trekking in Bulgaria's Rila mountains. I gave my email address and on return one of them must have sent a mail. However, when I came home there was so much spam in my inbox that I deleted all mails of unknown origin without much thought. Too late I realized that I lost the only link to these people. Now I cannot send their photo's, invite them, etc.

The question thus is: how do I locate (one of) them?
I've posted some pictures at www genealogicagrafica.nl/polishfriends.
There must be a way to pass that url around until it is seen by a relative or friend of them. One of the girls is from Krakow; one of the boys is nicknamed Kwadrat; one of the boys works in a software company; one of the girls is called Ala or Alla.

We met them mid september. They were due back in Poland on 12 September. They know us as Tom and Jerry.

What would you suggest is the best approach.
Kind regards,
Tom
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2 Oct 2011  #2
What would you suggest is the best approach.

facebook etc. u could also try nasza klasa (nk)
JonW
29 Mar 2015  #3
Merged: Help finding a family in Warsaw - I met them in Gran Canaria at the water park near Maspalomas

Bit of a long shot but........Met a lovely family with two boys (I think) in Gran Canaria at the water park near Maspalomas between Christmas and New Year.

Forgot to get email and would like to see them again. Mothers first name was Alexandra, she spoke perfect English and Spanish. Father travelled to England a lot. They live in Warsaw. Mother loves political discussions. Can anyone help?

Jon.


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