This year is almost over (hurray!), so I thought I’d teach you something related to the passing of time. We’ll have a look the names of the months in Polish and I’ll tell you the story behind those names, because – as you will see – they are completely different from what you’re familiar with.
I’ve gone through 2020 with many ups and downs, and my Polish “jakoś to będzie” spirit. 2021 will be so much better! I can’t wait for our small group tours to start. By the way, if you’re planning a tour next year but you’re afraid to make a serious commitment at this point, fill in the Ultimate Poland Tour form or the Polish Delight Tour form and your tour consultant will come back to you with information about our special booking conditions for tours booked before the end of January 2021.
If you’re looking forward to 2021 just as much as I am, I’ve got a little present for you: a printable calendar with photos of Poland that you can download for free. But before you can do that, you need to get the password. How? By watching my video about months carefully 🙂
Ready to play this game? Let’s watch:
Have you managed to get your password? Great! Now you can download your calendar. Click the button and type the password:
Should you have trouble downloading the calendar, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll do my best to help you.