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Polish skiers in Austria

Fortunately, there weren't many in my resort, but my oh my some of them make themselves noticed!
First, although beginners, the kids are always taught in a useless, loud, vulgar manner by crude fathers dressed in bizarre outfits.
Second, the kids are taught on the lowest slope ... which is not actually the gentlest one. Hence, you can't avoid the shouting in Polish about how useless the child is. The father never finds out about the best nursery slope because he never asks.

I also shared a ski lift ride with holiday reps from my home area in England, the town where I went to school actually. We had nothing in common - they started talking about stripteases, getting drunk, breaking up ... so depressing.

However, I did have a nice chat in Polish and English with a German man (+ Polish girlfriend) living in Stargard, Szczecin.