Willa Oberza Sasiadow
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On the platform waiting for Polskibus.com I meet Tero, a Finn coming to Zakopane from his current home in Krakow for the day, before deciding on a longer trip next weekend. Upon arrival we do the honourable thing and get a train up the nearest mountainside to admire the view with a beer. The town looks better from far away. It is set up purely to feed, water, house ...
... a dodgy connection – just bad luck as one couldn’t detect the fault until trying to connect it.
Now, as a reward, Dave’s cooking! I do love camping because he cannot it still and ends up pretty much doing everything.
April 30, 2015 Niedzica 4
The Pieniny offers something for everybody. Our camp neighbour has spent the day in waders, in the river catching fish. There’s also a Belgian professional cycling ...
... room I can believe it can be sociable. I wasn't sure how it would work out in campsites. The washing machine seems to be a winner. Arm exercises and clean laundry all in one. Dave even had a "turn". No doubt the novelty will wear off.
Assembling the kitchen unit was exciting too. We will cook in the tent and having a designated area will make a huge difference. With poor ability at jigsaws, assembling this will keep me ...
... chorus all around is a bonus! After the recent weeks of preparation and farewells we’ve enjoyed the day setting up all the new toys. Who would think a washing machine or a kitchen unit was exciting?
So as the sun dips it’s time for a walk along Lake Czorsztyn and then a braai = barbecue on the river’s edge. Just wish some of you could be with us!
... at the top, however, we’d turn north instead of south, and make our way along the ridge line until we connected with a trail down to the farm track.
Often when planning in unfamiliar territory, without the benefit of clear maps, or trying to utilize routes that are not officially marked trails, it works better to backtrack from a known part of the trail to the intended start point. You cover more distance than necessary, but you benefit from ...