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Posts by Lolaola  

Joined: 22 Mar 2011 / Female ♀
Last Post: 22 Mar 2011
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From: Sydney
Speaks Polish?: Yes
Interests: The outdoors, camping, hiking, and snowboarding. As well as staying in to watch good films.

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22 Mar 2011
UK, Ireland / Poles in Ireland by Peadar de Burca. They "turned their backs on a country that gave them" [195]

Since you're obviously unhappy, you should therefore leave.

Lol. But where would he go?

Every country has people who complain about people from other countries coming and "ruining" their way of life. Happens everywhere. People, it's called globalisation. Stop being so narrow minded. The world is changing, and if you don't change with it you will be left behind, whinging and moaning about how life "used" to be. Then you will begin fighting amongst eachother, soemthing Ireland is very familiar with... and look where that got you.

Europe is so very lucky to have the European union, people are free to travel and work anywhere they want (almost). I can't wait until we have open boarders, which enable people to come work freely and honestly, rather than risking their lives on leaky boats and coming illigally.
22 Mar 2011
Australia / Best Polish Food in Sydney? [31]

Polonez Smallgoods
49 Arlewis St, CHESTER HILL, NSW, 2162

Has the best kabanosy, polendwice, synke you can buy.... all the best small goods! I go there every week.

Also there is a cafe in Liverpool (NSW) on Maquarie Street... I have not been there yet, but I've heard it's decent.