Today the students went to a school to help Polish students practice conversational English and then toured Bedzin Castle and an overgrown Jewish cemetery. Over 60% of Bedzin's population was Jewish, and nearly all of them were killed ther or in Auschwitz. Only a few were saved, hidden in tunnels beneath the castle and the local Roman Catholic Church. Sadly, there is almost nothing to commemorate their lives or there history, much of it intentionally erased under communism. For instance, the communists put a major road through the Jewish quarter, and a roundabout through the site of the synagogue. The group is really close, works well together, and is enjoying lots of laughter, food, and good conversation. Goodnight from Poland!