After a week of living out of my backpack, in a hostel
I'm more than glad to be back at MI6, as I have fondly nicknamed my HQ. I didn't get to
really settle into my apartment as once I arrived to Poland I was plucked away to
my relatives homes (which hey beat having homesickness kick in) but I didn't get to go grocery shopping or really nest into my new place.
I had only some ham, rolls, cheese and yogurts that my land lady left for me as a welcome/ settle in gift.
Also after arriving back to MI6 at around 2:30am due to really delayed trains,
a homebody day is just what I need.
Plus, I didn't really remember where I put half of my stuff either.
Did I mention how nice it is to have a proper, hot shower, with proper shower products?
Before I left for Krakow I picked up some face wash, face scrub, nail polish remover etc.
But I didn't take them with as they would take up space and weight and I was not about to add more to my already very heavy pack.
I look forward to some grocery shopping, doing my nails, and bumming. Maybe even throw in a load of laundry
CAN we just talk about the fact that the washer/dryers in Poland are combos?
Also to get a full normal wash and dry takes about 6hours!?
My machines at home don't even take that long!
So, I hope to get onto a normal sleep schedule.
It also means that I now have to learn how to cook for one person, and start my kitchen/ pantry from scratch.
I'll post my grocery haul on my channel,
but here is the link if you are interested.
Random thoughts for the day:
1. I have a Brita filter so now I don't need to buy bottle after bottle of water. YAY!
2. I need to move a few shelves to make room in my fridge for said filter.
3. I HAVE ICE CUBE TRAYS... Europe never seems to have enough ice cubes on hot days.
4. My coffee machine is gonna need to be put someplace else as I don't use the machine to make my coffee.