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Ich lerne Deutsch und would like to meet new people
Posted March 18th, 2011 - 11:45 am by from Wroclaw, Poland (Permalink)
Hallo

I am thinking about going to Germany at April/May by car. I would like to learn German and meet new people. I like rocky climbing, cycling,outdoors trips. I heard about VHS sprach kurse - I am a beginer, but I must find then not expensive room for 1 person for this course period. I have been before only in Berlin and Dresden.I knew that I also could work as volunteer EVS. Also I could compare Polish/German living in villages, conditions of work farmers.
Thanks for any advice.

Richard

Posted March 19th, 2011 - 8:11 am by from Bamberg, Germany (Permalink)
Hello Richard,

maybe check this post of mine http://www.couchsurfing.org/group_read.html?gid=7068&post=354158 and check if I am available, once you come to my region...

Greetings,
Christian

Posted March 19th, 2011 - 9:01 am by from Wroclaw, Poland (Permalink)
Hallo
Thanks for answer and advice about learning German. So you have been to Poland - great ! Have you ever been to Breslau/Wrocław , my homecity ? If you would like to visit my city just let me know. But my favourite part of Poland is Zakopane. Its Tatra National Park - the Polish the highest Mountains - absolut Herrlich !!!

Pozdrawiam Pana serdecznie i dziękuję za pomoc.
Ryszard

Posted May 16th, 2011 - 12:38 pm by from Jena, Germany (Permalink)
Witamy Ryszard!

I think it's best to make a trip through smaller towns in Germany. This way you will see what Germany really is like. If you like the Tatra then in Germany you should check the Harz which is a very cute and original place and also the Erzgebirge or the Thüringer Wald. These are small mountains with a long folk tradition and they are not so far from Poland. They are all perfect for cycling and you can do canoeing for example on the Saale river. And the rents you mentioned are much cheaper in Eastern Germany and rural areas than in other parts.

If you want to know more, write me a message.

Cheers

Peter

Posted June 14th, 2011 - 11:54 am by from Wroclaw, Poland (Permalink)
Hello Peter

Thanks for your advise. Yes I like also outdoor trips and rural areas. Now I fixed my car before journey.

Gruss

Richard