Gelleny Szallo Apartman
Travel Blogs from Gyula
Highlight of the day for me was at the Hungary/Romania border, got asked for the bike docs by a Romanian border guard, I gave him an A4 receipt from the hotel in Brno (Written in English) he had a good look and than passed it back with a cheery "Thanks"
... Nearby, where the river passes through the city there is a small island in the river that offers leisure options like water parks, restaurants and pubs. The weather during summer time is very hot and reminded me a bit of Saudi Arabia's weather, as it's drier rather than humid. The women are very beautiful and I would comment about the local food if only I had eaten something different to Italian food during my stay here :-). Arad in general is very tranquil ...
...she's going to want a pastry. And if you give her a pastry, she's going to want gelato. And if you give her a gelato, she'll want more cappuccino...and so on and so forth. Indiscriminate consumption of any and all edible goods found along the way is a definite plus for many of us riders and our culinary experiences seem to be discussed more than our cycling equipment or ...
... and how we survived them alive!
As far as we know, there are four major dangers in Romania, or so it is said. For those who plan to go to Romania but are afraid to do so because of the situation, here is how we dealed with it.
Dogs: barking dogs apparently don't bite. We had lots of dogs, lots of barking, but luckily only one attack on our yellow bicycle bag and none on us. After a month or so, we were not so very ...
... due to that I would like to thank here Aniko, her father and all my previous hosts for their hospitality and support. All of you have strenghtened my faith in people kindness so very very much! Thank you guys and girls!!!
Training a cat. Lesson one – Calling the cat.
Poland: Kici, kici!
UK/USA: Kitty, kitty!
Germany: Katze, katze!
Turkey: Psst, psst, psst!
Hungary: Tic, tic, tic!
…and the cat ignores us anyway. :)