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With help from my colleague in CZ, I was able to tour the Prague city with much ease. Went to the city centre on the first day but was raining 3/4 of the day, then to Karlstein and went hiking to see the Velka Amerika. That was a 8-10km hike in the rain as it was pouring during hiking and only the time when i was hiking. I hiked for around 2 hours …
... everyone else must have had the same idea as we couldn't find anywhere to sit. We retreated back to the warmth of our hostel room instead.
Later that evening we headed down to the kitchen to make some pasta and Steven ended up chatting to a young Korean boy named Yung who was eating noodles. When Steven enquired about Yung's food it somehow snowballed into Yung getting his last packet of really spicy noodles for ...
... However they are EVIL! I thought I was prepared by buying a good pair of shoes, but nothing can protect your feet from these things. I got a sausage, sat on the grass and let my feet breath for a while. I could already see the blisters forming.
After lunch, I made my way back to the apartment, organized some groceries and soaked my aching feet for a while. The bister kit that I brought didn’t help ...
... 12 and we hadn't even packed! We stepped it out on the way back to the station and did it in 13 minutes - beat the google walking time by 3 minutes! lol.
Got to the platform about 8.45 and there was a train to Prague there. We rushed into a carriage with Prague on the door and were a bit surprised nobody else was in there. Next thing we knew, the train was moving! The sign on the door said CNL/EN 457 Phoenix - I think it was the 8.06 ...
... size: 12px; line-height: normal; font-family: Helvetica;">Public transport is awesome. As is the architecture, cafes, pastries, saunas...
- The people are classy and all pretty friendly (provided they're not at a service counter or a Polish bus driver). All the couchsurfing hosts we stayed with were really wonderful and I’m so glad we ...