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... sup> It is situated in the Carpathian Basin and is bordered by Slovakia to the north, Ukraine and Romania to the east, Serbia and Croatia to the south, Slovenia to the southwest and Austria to the west. The country's capital and largest city is Budapest. Hungary ...
... the 11th hour cinema hostel (top hostel, cheap, awesome staff and great atmosphere). Sitting. Around with a big international group of people ranging from Scandinavians to Californians. However the highlight of the night came from someone much closer to home. An Australian who wreaked of Byron bay, blonde, tan, barefoot and named "Marley". Between his stories of dating bikeback escapes from the Byron local police and crazy bicycle accidents, he ...
... keys and then went into the centre to check out the sights and to find one of our trusty walking tours. There was a massive Christmas market in the centre so we got amongst the sausage, most amazing espresso and bready treats to fill us up before the tour.
The walking tour started in Vorosmarty ter. There were loads of people there for the tour - like 100 - but it was well run and they eventually split everyone up into manageable groups. Our guide was Aniko, which ...
... bars and pubs. I even found a country bar, owned by a former olympic athlete. Interesting thing: there was absolutely no sign on the building. It looks just like a house, until someone opens the door. We made it back to the hostel for 10pm, as they were starting the pub crawl. I wasn't planning on going, as I didn't really sleep much last night, and was exhausted, but since people were outside, I went with them. I was joined in my non-drinking by Sam, a Torontonian, ...
... led to several silly photos, random ramblings and in amongst all that – we watched Eurotrip, twice! Eventually, people started to crash and at some point I did the same, only to wake up for long enough to make my way into my bed upstairs. I’m still unsure what time that was!
The Polish vodka shena****ns from the night before left us in a state of death the next day. Day 44 started, the sun came up, the clock struck 1pm, but nobody flinched. There were ...