Poznan Winogrady for example.
It's a suburb full of Communist villas, hardly what one would call dangerous. You could at least name some proper areas in Poznan - or even better, streets.
Try to get contact with some of the mates there, funny, open-minded guys I guess ... to students you could also go and start a conversation, going with them to a few pubs or clubs .. do the same with these guys. Tell them, you are a Brit or whatever you are. And please, dont forgett to film!!
You're definitely an amusing one. Why would someone stick a camera in the face of any stranger?
And yes, I know some of these guys that you talk about. Never had a problem with them, perhaps because I don't go around badmouthing their country repeatedly and acting like a typical hysterical tourist. In fact, one of them lived in the UK for a while and has nothing but nice things to say about the place. And he keeps his pub open as long as we want to stay - top bloke.
haha yes its true once u get out of the inner city things start to look a bit grim,
Not really. Grim is London council estates or those absolutely horrific estates on the edge of Paris. Poland? Nothing grim here.
delphiandomine\ will have no chance in this poznan slum neighbourhood, he will be lucky to get out there with a few bruises, sans his wallet.
Hahahaha. I live here, you don't - and there are no such areas.
Then again, a typical wimpy foreigner would run away at the sight of a few dudes drinking beer.
Of course he is going alone there, trying to find some new contacts. Showing us, that Poland is the safest and most tolerant country in the world!
Because, you know, German women are so so safe in immigrant neighbourhoods, aren't they?