yes exactly how i had calculated... as a matter of fact, correct me if i'm wrong but i got this from a website on some cost of everyday living... is it even a bit accurate??
alma24.pl has prices, it's on the higher end of prices....but hey, they deliver...
@convex: language school sounds like something of my interest to prolong my stay. by enrolling i will be learning a language of choice, or just Polish??
Might be difficult (and costly) to get that going. A buddy of mine just recently got his two year by signing up for a Polish course. If you were to say sign up and decide it wasn't for you after the first month, that page in your passport doesn't disappear...
@scottie1113: yes i was aware of this, but how is it that many colegues have pulled it off living year round in europe?? i mean, i could only imagine that it would be sort of like here in the States, that if you get caught, they just send you back no??
Stay legal, it's not that expensive, and brings peace of mind. If you're here illegally, they can detain you until they put you on a plane. Not the best way to leave the country.
In PL you tip only for exceptional service.Of course if you tip people they are more helpfull than when don't but it's not a rule like in the US.
I tip for good service, pretty healthy tips at that. It tends to turn good service into great service.