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Travel Blogs from Balatonalmadi
... the local committee president in AIESEC Veszprém. I like the idea to travel for the first time to a foreign country and already got friends here!
Work hard! Party hard! I really like the attitude and the spirit in AIESEC Veszprém! Foreign interns are going to have an awesome time here! ...
... have a chance to introduce myself.
A three-hour journey without knowing how to get there, where I'm going to sleep or even to know a person... Sounds like a plan! I love the spirit!
After all I meet Zora halfway to the Székesfehérvár railway station. Her smile is contagious!
The first thing she says to me is that she has actually ...
... forests, lavender’s fields and Balaton Lake surrounding the village. There is also a huge cathedral, sort of pilgrimage place for Catholics in Hungary. It felt so unreal to be there but so nice at the same time. I moved back to my childhood and made stories in my mind about little people living in little houses in a little village.
Tihany is full ...
... little place from a fairy tale – Tihany.
Sent home: ‘Amazing! In the middle of the country they have a huge lake they call Hungarian ocean! People are nice and cold, what a mixture! With Love, Love, Love from Balaton! Ula’
For more about Balaton Lake please check here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balatonf%C 3%BCred
... Greek salad starters, Carpathian trout for me, expertly filleted at the table by the waiter. Mick has goulash.
The wines are from their own vineyard on the slopes above the castle. I try both red and white. Mick sticks to Weizen Bier.
We turn in early, tired from the heat and worries of the day. Tomorrow we should get back on track and ride over to the Romanian border.