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... English well because they worked for a UK telecommunications company answering phone calls. We shared so much about each other and had a great night. They couldn't get over that an American was in Košice, because most of them hadn't meet a person from the States in 'years'. They were saying 'why are you here, how did you know where Slovakia is'; but, common grounds were met. One guy wanted to talk about how great the U.S. Constitution is, and how important my 'vote' ...
... from a town east of here. Košice wasn't on my map to begin with, but it is now. Well, I thought the six hours here would be enough to walk the city center, then catch my evening train into Hungary. Wouldn't you know it, it pounding rain. I could barely get out of the train station for a look around. I did manage to make it a few blocks, wet jean bottoms and hoody, but what I saw got me really interested and enthused. ...
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October 14, 2014
We arrived in Kosice on our night train from Lviv, Ukraine. It was another restless night, what with the customs and conductors knocking on the door, and the woman next door coughing up a lung.
We didn't plan on spending the night in Kosice. ...
... know exactly how many young educated people have left Hungary to work overseas.
How interesting is that.The British government doesn't know either!
* Even though we miss out on Sarospatak, if you are passing this way, it does seem to merit a visit.
*We have supper at the only restaurant in the village. It tastes surprisingly good.
... the clouds. You could barely see 10 meters in front of you and it was freezing cold… We were still quite hopefull, and waiting on that level for a good hour and a half, hoping the fog would lift. We even ate at this legendary outpost that was built early before the teleferic and the owner was famous for bringing everything from down the mountain to his restaurant on his back, some kind of Sherpa. We saw him today, but according to his mood and the waitress, business isn’t ...