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Are we human or are we dancers? Listening to the killers on a local radio station we bust some moves whilst I try and figure out how to drive (probably not a good combination!). Driving in the left seat on the right side of the road and changing gears with the right hand is a weird experience, I did manage to pull out on the wrong side of the road! Our first visit is an old mining town 'Banska Stievnika' with tiered churches up the hill, I hike up to say ...
... at the nearest service station what was a log with the waiter and waitress in traditional
costumes. I just had a cabbage soup and a coffee (they like cabbage here).
less than a mile down the road I saw a BMW and Yamaha dealer side by side, so I quickly took the next turn of to have a look and a chat. first went to the BMWs shop to ask for a temp control for my heated jacket the young lad ask a few questions and then said and carried on with ...
Slovakia became one of the biggest hurdles we have had to overcome during trip planning. It seemed that there was no convenient way of traveling through this country. In fact, aside from driving, it was actually cheaper and faster to take a train around the country or fly over it than try to take public transportation through it. We discovered why when we finally saw the landscape for ourselves. It seemed that the farmland would never end. ...
... fabulous. We are greeted by the lovely Veronika and made to feel very welcome. Everything about the place is classy. Our suite of rooms is bright, clean and welcoming. The guest areas are filled with interesting objects and books describing the region.
Kremnica has been the centre of a gold and silver mining area since the 12th century.
In the14th ...
Leaving city living in Budapest, we heading for a permaculture farm in the south of Slovakia eager to learn more about rural life and the challenges of doing up an old farm and turning it into a permaculture organic farm.
We were greeted by Jan (pronounced Yarn), who was from Holland and chose to move to Slovakia for the beauty of the hills and countryside. Have to agree with him... it is stunning.
Eight years ago he went to look at an old home in the area ...