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Jonny - agreed - it was an amazing weekend. Another point I loved was the creativity in the cafes - they had a unique character and were set up so that folks could go for coffee (and a few eats) while listening to Polish rappers, panels and the like. It was so creative to go in for a coffee and come out with much, much more. (I really liked seeing a global emerging workshop with folks from four continents featured - the person from Europe couldn't make it alas.)

Let us also not forget Andrew's goulash (I didn't make it for the breakfast crepes) - I think a missionary cookbook by Andrew would be an excellent fundraising idea.

And the hospitality of the folks from Slot took my breath away - Andrejz and Michael really made me feel welcomed beyond belief.

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