International Women’s Day in Poland
On Friday it was International Women’s Day now I know for many of you, you probably had no clue about it! I had never heard of it until me moved here to Poland. It is day celebrate the women in your life. So kids would bring flowers to their teachers and the men standing in line at the local flowers to get flowers for their wives and girl friends.
One of the streets here in town does several events throughout the year to help promote the businesses on it. So on this day they did another event in honor of Women’s Day. They had several different craft stands, food booths and discounts for women at the stores on the street. They also had activities for the women. I got stuck doing one of them with a friend! I had a fun hour with my friend and we probably would have stayed longer but it was WAY to cold for us!
After walking around for about 45 minutes, we were FREEZING so we headed off to our cars. We stumbled upon a new coffee shop on another street, so we decided to head in. It was called Bubble Tea. Well we went inside and we found American type cupcakes. Of course we had to try them! I had a Snickers one and my friend had a cinnamon/toffee one. They were good but mine are still better.
Now here are the beverages they were selling. They sealed it and then you poke your straw through it. Love the concept but I had a caramel cream with herbal tea and milk with yogurt balls which was good to drink once but I do not think I will order it again! Next time, the mango milk one is calling my name.
It is fun to find events like this going on!
What is your favorite hot drink to warm you up? Mine, is Inka (Polish fake coffee)!