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... crossed the Danube by ferry, then headed to Balassagyarmat and the Hungary/Slovakia border.
As soon as we crossed the boarder we noticed a severe decline int the quality of the roads. They were very bumpy and contained many pot holes..
We travelled through Podkrivan and Hirinova to reach our lunch stop at Brezno. However about 5km from lunch the heavens opened and the rain came down. Lunch. Was at Resturant "Elf Restauracia" were we sat outside under cover and ...
... say I received an official receipt and did not get shot. Bonus!!!
Anyway so we got one at the next servo… yeah so there ya grumpy copper..
By the time we arrived at our destination we were exhausted,wet and totally uninspired because of the rain and low clouds…. Not a dam mountain to be seen… the only open AutoCamp was very lack lustre, [L] understatement, [D] so we decided to head further south towards Hungary.
[L] Decided to visit ...
High above the alpines amongst the clouds, I gaze upon the pine trees and valley towns. Birds echo along the foothills as clouds scoot up the ravine, perched on a granite boulder, I enjoy the stillness. Passing the ridge we venture down through the trees to the distant sound of water. Arriving at Zamkovskeho Chalet nestled in the pines we duck into a cosy cabin for a hot Turkish coffee. Walking alongside the rushing waterfall, it's loud applause cheers us on. The mountains grow as ...
Purple and yellow flowers line the edge of the grassy granite path as we venture upon the mountain ridge towards Mt Chleb. The fresh alpine air cleanses my lungs from the metropolis's stain. I sigh a grand relief as I view distant towns, ahhhhhh. Arriving at our camp at the foot of the high tatras (the mountain range between Slovakia and Poland) we pitch our tent and admire the beauty. ...
... not forget about Chris' favorite street performer of all time- the levitator! Floating about 3 feet off the ground while only touching a staff- how did he do it? It boggled Chris' mind all day until he googled it because it was killing him- very impressive nonetheless. So we headed off to Levoča and through the forest we drove. Breathtaking views of the Tatra Mountains, Chris even wanted to pull over ...