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... up to let me in. I was told there was no record of me coming, but aside from having to wait in the cold, I didn't care now that I knew I had a bed to sleep in. The next morning, I continued my trip across the state, stopping at Spis Castle along the way. Perched on a hilltop above a charming village, the castle is everything that anybody could want from a medieval fortress. And, since it's the slow season, I had the entire place to myself for much of my visit. ...
... but I have to say, we didn't go very far.
To my one Swedish correspondent, who asked about the roadside shrines. You know, we've seen some, but not so many that they struck us as unusual, so when you asked I wondered if they are more regional. I am told they are everywhere in Czech, even in the middle of cornfields. So we have to come back. If I learn more I'll report back.
To my Paris-based correspondent -- travel safe!! you asked ...
... 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 ...
... great to have met you.
We climb up and over the hill and down into the valley to the border with Ukraine. Our planned route was to stay in the high Carpathians, taking us in an arc through Ukraine before looping into Slovakia.
Recent events, especially the horrific bringing down of a Malaysian civilian airliner by a surface-to-air missile, have changed our minds. So we stay in the lowlands and traverse the eastern corner of ...
... only eats them in Pierogi. Fair enough more for us! :)
Our time in Roznow was lovely, Pete's Uncle and Aunt have been amazing hosts and we can't thank them enough for their hospitality. I truly hope they know this as my Polish is not improving and I feel more awkward than ever. So I can only leave them with the only words I seem to be somewhat comfortable with.
Dziękuję i do widzenia