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... we ordered, it hadn’t quite started raining, but during the time we sat there, it down poured epic style. We sat out the rain for a little while, then went to see the big famous synagogue.
After we saw the outside of the synagogue, we walked in the direction of a bar that Fabian read about, and on the way, we happened across a free concert! It was a ragtime band and they were awesome! Listening to the music made me want to have a ragtime party, unfortunately I ...
... agree with any garbage spewed out of her snake lips. I got invited VIP style to some concert they were putting on in a few weeks. Baller.
So I go back to the table, and sit down to GG asking me a billion questions and being adversarial. I call her out for this, to more awkward moments.
Anyways, the night was miserable for me, and Matt has another date with her, and if she's around me when I'm "Friday drunk" I can't promise to filter out Grouper ...
... My parents, brother and my best friends escorted me to the airport. Everyone was crying when hugging farewell, I did not want them to cry! My colleague László and me got squeezed through all security controls. The 1 year great adventure is starting NOW! :-)
... trendy "jump & fish" shoes in Kosovo it was a tough call i was also very tempted to buy some "NAIKEs" in Syria you laugh now but give it a few years and you'll all be jelous of my jump & Fish.
Sadly my flip flops are slowly coming apart only a month after buying them to be fair i have been walking 4-6 hours a day in them but the sad thing is i just recently like a week ago left behind my old flip flops thinking these ones would be ok... Darn!
... Slovakia for about 5 minutes on the way in.
Budapest turned out to be one of our favorite cities because apart from all the usual sight seeing stuff there are a lot of interesting activities to do. Our first day we spent on a free walking tour and getting ourselves acquainted with the huge city. We found out that Hungarians are generally very nice and friendly. Whenever we got our maps someone would ...
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