P for Poland – Let the feast begin!
As the train departs from Berlin towards Warszawa, Poland, I watch him rub his hands in glee, his eyes sparkling with infectious enthusiasm.
“What’s so special today in Poland, Sri?”
I am met with silence. His eyes have taken on a glazed sheen, almost like that on a doughnut. Irritated, I focus on the landscapes whizzing past.
6 hours later, we are greeted with sights I can never ever forget. Doughnuts in all flavors and sizes greet us, the air thick with sweet sugary fragrances engulfing us as vendors whip out doughnuts by the dozen. I turn to Sri in wonder, but he’s already missing.
On the Thursday before Ash Wednesday, popularly known as Fat Thursday, the Polish celebrate by eating doughnuts in all flavours and sizes. It is said that Polish people consume more than a million doughnuts on this day!
Click here to access the complete works of the 2016 A-Z Blogging Challenge! Back in 2016, there was already a post written on Paraguay. This is a second post for P – Poland.
4 thoughts on “P for Poland – Let the feast begin!”
…the sweet sugary fragrance.. Wrong time to read this..Am craving for donuts now 😜..D please put a disclaimer .. you write it so well that one feels that he/she is there in that scene.. DONUTS
After reading this too tempted to visit Poland ❤️❤️Actuly never heard of this
Keep going deepa👍👍
Haven’t had doughnuts for long and this tempting post impels me to buy now doughnuts of whatever fragrance available.
And following day they all must be in gym….