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... just so happens it was Tesco's and even the cashier asked me if I had my club card as I replied to him I didn't think I would need it this far.
That evening I pop down stairs for a local meal mutton and dumplings (they like there dumplings). The food was ok, as I plan to try and eat local when ever I ...
Left the hotel full of life and ready for some great roads and mountain views. As I started to weave my way up through the Polish villages all I was getting was strange looks from the man maintaining the roads as I'm sure they don't see many motorbikes in this cold weather. It wasn't until I got to the top of the first mountain pass and Slovakian ...
... and both raise their open cans of beer in thanks. Later, in Budapest, we again see a group of men knocking back shots, stood outside the shop where they had just bought the bottle. I guess everyone here carries a shot-glass at all times in case of an impromptu drinking sessions at the shops. We have lost light by the time we reach Tata due to a long wait following a near-roof-destroying incident and a series of slow roads that followed. I look up from the map as Sam brakes ...
Now our journey to Zakopane, Poland! Which started with departure at the Athens International airport, a seven hour total trip,due to two stops the first in Belgrade, for two hours and then in Berlin for another two hours, which meant seeing a snippet of these other amazing countries and possibly catching a few zzz's. We arrived pretty late so we stop for the night at a nearby motel and first thing in ...
... so many photos when was silly as halfway up the mountain there was snow every where and so much prettier than at the start. It was sitting on the leaves on the trees and the road was thick with it. There were horse drawn carts you could pay to give you a lift up there but they charged you 30 zloty each one way. When we got to the end it was really beautiful and worth the walk. The lake had started to freeze over and the mountains surrounding it were all snow capped! There was ...