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A young Dutch man moving to Krakow-tips for work, living etc.....


Piyush Sodhi
14 Mar 2016 #31
Hi David,

I am looking for Dutch language people for a project in Krakow if you are still interested. It is for 10-12 months and it will pay about 150 euros per day. It is working for a global investment bank. If you are keen, let me know at psodhi@map-associates.com.

My number is 0044 7747765084

Thanks,

Piyush
pawian 187 | 17,827
22 Feb 2020 #32
A young Dutch man moving to Krakow-tips for work, living etc.....

Don`t forget to bring this:



PolAmKrakow 2 | 2,214
23 Feb 2020 #33
@pawian
The air in Krakow has been very goo almost all winter. Most of the burning has stopped. Go to Nowy Targ though....yikes
pawian 187 | 17,827
23 Feb 2020 #34
hahaha if you mean that the daily legal amount of pollutants in Krakow this winter has been exceeded only by 100%, than yes, we can say the air is very good. In other towns the situation is much worse - they have exceeded by 200-300%.

What is lousy 100'% in comparison? :):)

PS. Wondered how much it would be with freezing temps most of the time????
PolAmKrakow 2 | 2,214
23 Feb 2020 #35
@pawian
I live here. People aren't wearing masks very often. Visibility has only been bad a few times this winter. You cant smell the burning like in years past. Neighbors are turning each other in when they burn. Katowice, is much worse than Krakow these days. While it hasn't snowed, its been cold enough, that if people were going to burn they would be burning.
pawian 187 | 17,827
23 Feb 2020 #36
I live here.

Good for you! :)

While it hasn't snowed, its been cold enough,

Not cold enough. Winter has been very mild this year. When it was really freezing cold for a few days in December, standards were exceeded enormously. By 300% on 19.12.2019

antyradio.pl/News/Normy-smogu-przekroczone-w-Krakowie-o-300-Urzednicy-prosza-zeby-uwazac-na-siebie-37846

that if people were going to burn they would be burning.

City residents don`t need to burn. Krakow receives large amounts of pollution from nearby villages and towns. That`s enough to consider it a dangerous place to live.

Who are you trying to convince it is not so bad? Me/us or yourself? haha
PolAmKrakow 2 | 2,214
23 Feb 2020 #37
@pawian
Not trying to convince anyone. When a thread thats been dead nearly 4 years is made active, thats someone trying to convince someone of something.
pawian 187 | 17,827
23 Feb 2020 #38
Let me remind you we are talking about smog in Krakow, not about the age of threads. :):)

So, was it your last and ultimate argument? Thank you, let`s call it a day. :):)


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