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running from the city main square along the river is a perfect experience during the afternoon.
Then I went directly to the national park and starting from the level of Dunajec river I continued to Sokolica. That was tough. 30% of steep path.
After this I found the perfect circle to run after. I hope, I will make it ...
... had warmed up, we set off on our bicycles and went along the Slovakian side of the river. Thank goodness for the EU and no border controls! We followed the river down through the gorge and got to watch the rafters. Having been down on a raft and then cycled, we feel we can “tick” the Dunajec Gorge.
It is such a pleasure to find everything so well maintained, unobtrusively yet efficiently run and MINIMAL litter in the Pieniny National ...
... a while each time we set up camp.
Domestic chores out of the way we headed off on our bicycles. Horror! After 6 years in the relatively flat north Poland, we discover Hills! I feel like a kid who’s just had the fairy wheels removed, as I make friends with my new Big Bike. It’s got 28” wheels and I feel it’s very big after the chunky mountain bike. (I was so sad to see that go to its new owner. There ...
... drivers and numerous detours. Luckily the GPS speaks in reassuring, soothing tones rather than the old ‘silly chum’! We realise Łódż transport system is a work in progress and that we haven’t seen the city in the best light.
We didn’t camp for the first two nights as we had to unload and store the kit, for
the electrical work to be completed. We also needed to refine the ...
... almost completely deserted; nothing was open and no one was out. To make matters worse, when I arrived at the hostel, it was completely dark and the lights were off. After repeatedly knocking at the door and ringing the bell, I pulled out my phone and called the number for the hostel. I almost never use my phone while abroad, but the cold weather and utter lack of activity in the town left me no choice. Luckily, someone did pick up, and about 15 minutes later ...