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... where I sit writing this has all the benches, tables and umbrellas firmly screwed to the decking. Hotels ask for payment for rooms in advance. Bars and cafés expect payment as you are served. Always keep your entrance tickets because sure enough some official will ask to see it again inside whichever tourist attraction you are visiting.
Yet the countries are slowly upgrading to more western ...
... unrestrained for this part of the world. They obviously don't allow the gypsy traders in here.
After coffee and ice lollies I take a walk round the vast walls of the lower castle. It is sweltering and Mick opts for a rest in the shade of the wall while I sweat it out getting the photographs.
We have spent a good three hours wandering around this fantastic castle. It's now ...
... up his local cemetery with colourful and ironic wooden grave markers that create a living chronicle of the lives and deaths of the local parishioners. The work continues through his apprentices.
The church is undergoing major restoration but the graveyard is open and is a fascinating walk through one man's artistic vision. I read that many of the poems and rhymes on the crosses are comical, poking gentle fun at ...
... br> The food...fresh fish, poppyseed sweets, delicious eggs, honey available everywhere, cheese ( and lots of it) at every meal, sauerkraut, schnitzel and pork but limited vegetables
Medevina, the honey based liquor which Dan consumed like it was a new food group
Dark beer, light beer, local beer...lots of beer.
The 3 Euro lunch
A country not yet spoiled by the tourist industry
Jobs that would be automated in North America provide jobs for older workers ...
... of trees were blown down and the clean-up is still going on. Some roads are closed still by fallen trees and brush. It will be many years before the forest recovers. For the next 2 nights, we are at Hotel Solisko, under Mount Solisko. It is a modern hotel that won a design prize for incorporating an old train station into the design of the hotel. It is on the shore of a small lake. A beautiful setting but again, largely empty. This is clearly the off season for this ...