Proof of the Copernicus Effect.

We amused ourselves on the bus this afternoon by telling zombie jokes.

What does a wet zombie say? Rains, rains.

What does a zombie farmer say? Grains, grains.

What does a zombie plumber say? Drains, drains.

And on and on. We probably hit a low which will be appreciated only by his grandfather with Callum’s “What does a zombie actor say? Feigns, feigns.

The bus took us all the way to the Park Wodny’s front door. Park Wodny is a big, and thankfully largely indoor, water park about 30 minutes from the centre of Krakow. It has twisty water slides, whirlpools, wet climbing walls, and lots of other things involving water. We had a wonderful time splashing about in a wide variety of ways.

We even had dinner there. I’ve been continuing on my scientific experiment checking the Copernicus Effect of Polish pancakes. I can confirm that no matter what we’ve eaten with Polish pancakes it has been simply yummy, filling and incredibly reasonably priced. Even in a water-park restaurant we had a great meal. I think the Copernicus Effect may have to be upgraded to the Copernicus Law of Pancakes.