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Highlight of the day for me was at the Hungary/Romania border, got asked for the bike docs by a Romanian border guard, I gave him an A4 receipt from the hotel in Brno (Written in English) he had a good look and than passed it back with a cheery "Thanks"
... cities. The first train was very modern, clean, and fast. A passenger next to me opened her laptop and started working on excel spreadsheets, and this was just too much for me to take on my vacation! So I left my sit and went to the restaurant wagon. I met Zoltan Sachs, and American man from Hungarian origin who was visiting his far relatives in Hungaria. I also met Veronika, a very international and well travelled Hungarian girl living in London. I spent a couple ...
... the riders also enjoy a cold beer or two at the end of the ride as we either await another delicious, nutritious meal prepared by Bonny et al at campsite or make plans to visit a local dining establishment. The food has been truly wonderful. I'm glad our hotel rooms and campsites have been void of scales and that most of my clothes are made of Lycra. We arrived in ...
... and how we survived them alive!
As far as we know, there are four major dangers in Romania, or so it is said. For those who plan to go to Romania but are afraid to do so because of the situation, here is how we dealed with it.
Dogs: barking dogs apparently don't bite. We had lots of dogs, lots of barking, but luckily only one attack on our yellow bicycle bag and none on us. After a month or so, we were not so very ...
... Kitty, kitty, kitty!
-W Niemczech wolamy: Katze, katze, katze!
-W Turcji wolamy: Psst, psst, psst!
-Na Wegrzech wolamy: Tic, tic, tic!
A kot i tak nie przychodzi. :)
Leaving Serbia wasn't difficult at all – I got help from my Subotica’s host, he brought me straight to the border with Hungary. I crossed it, put my stuff 20m behind the customs office and launched my charm. :)
What is ...