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Travel Blogs from Kosice
... to visit Martha's daughter, Miriam and her family, Lobus, David and Michael, where we ate, drank and enjoyed them in their home for awhile. Then, the children went bowling right within the community complex. It was great fun, but all too soon, it was time to leave them and return to Martha's "doma" to get ready to say goodby to Kosice.
One very special gift of our days was a very sweet young lady. Maria had only known a bit of English from school. She spent almost every hour ...
Couldn't get a tyre in Cluj Napoca so had a quick blast to the only place I could find online that looked promising, however it was 120 miles away in Hungary...no response to my emails so I thought I'd just turn up and see...so the good news is I got a tyre, the not so good news is that it's about 3 models behind the times...apart from the price that is!!
But it had to be done, the tyre that came off had done 12832 miles from new and was looking like a slick around the middle, ...
... medium that he uses tells him what it should be. Most often he uses cornhusks and water reeds to create his crafts that he gathers from the woods. He is also a member of a local craft center that houses workshops and classrooms for artists in the region (approximately 80 artisans). His craft was learned through the generations before him and he plans to teach his child the art of basket making and to instill the value of tradition in the new generations.
While we were walking ...
... are a fair number of green spaces and parks that are full of locals regardless of the weather. I was only in the town for one full day and it poured rain in the late evening, but I don't feel like I needed any more time there.
I had fun wondering around the old town. I loved getting lost in the streets and going down the alleys to find beautiful courtyards. I discovered a little farmers market and got some delicious raspberries to ...
... way, saying farewell to Ukraine and its remarkable welcome in every
town and village we have encountered. Today, we headed our way down
thickly-wooded valleys across green and hilly countryside to the border of
Slovakia. Our border formalities were again over in minutes. Once again our special back-up support organisation headed by Dan and his team
of girls in blue polo-shirts with CREW in large letters across their backs
proved they had a firm grip ...