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Posts by brazilii  

Joined: 14 Mar 2008 / Female ♀
Last Post: 22 Sep 2008
Threads: Total: 8 / Live: 3 / Archived: 5
Posts: Total: 97 / Live: 36 / Archived: 61
From: London
Speaks Polish?: Basic
Interests: travel, geography

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brazilii   
27 Mar 2008
Life / Fashion and Style in Poland [174]

I`m not talking about skinny jeans... I`m talking about really thight pants which are not supposed to be tight. Terrible!
brazilii   
27 Mar 2008
Life / Fashion and Style in Poland [174]

That`s true, there is no 'different' shop in Poland... haven`t realized... If anybody knows of any, please let me know :)
brazilii   
27 Mar 2008
Work / Brazilian moving to Poland - job ideas, Polish language, other tips? [30]

Thank you all for the feedback.

I'm also debating a similar move, but frankly, I'd rather stay in London. Then again, I'm childless, so your case is different. All the best of luck to you.

If I would move or not was something I couldn`t stop thinking about, it was driving me crazy, but after sometime I just thought about the pros and cons of each place and yes, London is a great place to live for a while, so many things you can do, restaurants, concerts to die for, shops, museums, but in few years time if I will definetely decide to have children, I`m sure nice forests, lakes, peace and lower costs of life are the things I will be looking for. I hope I will never regret, anyway we can always come back;) The best of luck to you too.
brazilii   
27 Mar 2008
Life / Fashion and Style in Poland [174]

I think if you go to some small villages, it`s a bit dated, but in big cities is as in any other city in Europe. What I can`t stand is the 2 colour hair for girls and really tight pants for boys...Why is that??? Even my husband who is from Poland doesn`t get it!
brazilii   
26 Mar 2008
Work / Brazilian moving to Poland - job ideas, Polish language, other tips? [30]

I went to university, have a bacharel (that`s how it says in english?) in Tourism, but to be honest I think to do anything with my qualifications I`d need first a veeery good polish. My english is not bad, but far away from being perfect, plus there are so many native english speakers in Poland that I don`t see why a polish person would prefer to learn it with a brazilian person. Am I wrong??? Is there anybody interested in learning portuguese at all?? I don`t think so ;((((

Well, thanks again for the tips.
brazilii   
26 Mar 2008
Life / Weather in Poland - some explanations [30]

As a brazilian I do enjoy hot sunny weather but not 365 days per year. When I was a child I used to look forward to going to Argentine to enjoy a bit of crispy temperatures. What I`m afraid of is how long is this winter in Poland. Can I say Poland is 50% cold and 50% hot? I don`t mind cold weather, but a short one :)

thanks for the answers guys
brazilii   
26 Mar 2008
Life / Weather in Poland - some explanations [30]

One more question. While my husband says polish weather is the best one in the world ;) with four seasons, beach in the summer, snowboard in the winter and so on, many polish friends I have, said weather in Poland is the worst I can get and they couldn`t see themselves living in that kind of winter anymore. I`ve been in Poland myself few times... winter, spring, summer and autumn but can`t get to a conclusion really...

How is it???
brazilii   
26 Mar 2008
Work / Brazilian moving to Poland - job ideas, Polish language, other tips? [30]

I`m from Brazil married with a polish guy and... guess what... living in London for now. We both like London, have quite "good" jobs, but when thinking about having a family London is just not the right place. We`ve already started paying a mortgage for a flat in Poznan where my husband`s family lives, so we definetely are on our way.

Is there any brazilian people living in Poland and does anyone else have any ideas what could I do there? What kind of job???? I`m having polish lessons here in London but what a difficult language is that???? Besides all my husband`s positive words, I`m really scared.

Please, any tips would be of huge appreciation.
Thanks