3 Giggling Girls and Ian. Swidwin Trip Version 2

In a previous post for my family I edited a version of a trip from Berlin, Germany to Swidwin in Poland that I travelled with three lovely friends of mine in July 2008. That version I edited for the family taking some care to make it so as not to bore the family with my own personal indulgences. After all we have all had to deal with the interminably boring slide show or film night of someones latest holiday. So I endeavoured to keep the personal fun things out of it and just show the trip, town and countryside that may interest the family.

Well this video is a re-cut of the Swidwin trip and is that very indulgence. I make no apologies for it and it’s here for all to see but is intended primarily for the four of us.

We had a wonderful day out not exactly having any idea what we would find, intending to stay the night and eventually deciding to travel back to Berlin. This is a recap of a fun day for the four of us.

Thanks ladies for being my companions on this trip. You make it a gazillion times more fun having you there.

  • Thank you Eve for driving and the use of your car.
  • Thank you Romy for the navigation and photography.
  • Thank you Claudie for being my pillow and well… being the lovely Claudie 😉

There are more videos of my time in Europia to come. That’s the great thing about having a blog. 🙂

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About Ian

I’m in my late forties with a teen age daughter living in the eclectic area of West End in Brisbane Australia. I’ve 30 odd years skills in manufacturing within the trades and film industry. I’m deeply involved in exploring how people connect and communicate both intellectually and habitually. Interests in Science, Personality, Empathy, Evolutionarily Psychology and Attraction. I’m interested in peoples thoughts on life. By understanding others we learn about ourselves and others, so forging community. Ya!

One thought on “3 Giggling Girls and Ian. Swidwin Trip Version 2

  1. Ian, I throughly enjoyed your video on Swidwin and a look at where we as a family could still be living, hard to image hey. Lucky for us our ancestors were the adventurous type and took up the challange of a new start in Australia. Thanks for making the trip and sharing your findings with the extended family and other intersted persons out there.

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