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... Add to that mess of factors the political state: Government efforts to criminalize homelessness has been in place for some years here but in the last while it seems, it has been further enforced to where they are not only no longer allowing 'sleeping rough' in most public places, but also putting an end to large public 'feeding' in any of the places where tourists would venture. That must be kept to the outskirts. So it truly was a sad spectacle to see ...
... was actually off the plane by 7:45. It was a thirty row plane for reference. I walked super quickly to the baggage claim, because Ryan Air usually has the bags circulating by the time you get to the baggage claim. No such luck this time. I stood around and read some more on my kindle, then ended up going to the bathroom, since I had time to kill. I had originally avoided this since the line was long (what do you expect from a women’s bathroom).
... football team have fallen a long way since the golden age, which Hungarians still remember fondly (whether they were alive at the time to remember it or not). But it's been a long time since Puskas was king and Hungary were beating the likes of England 6-3. However Hungarians are still patriotic and have a strong sense of national identity. This is underlined by the Hungarian language, which is very distinct, and very difficult to pronounce! Another distinctive aspect ...
... English supermarket) nearby as we were on Mission #2 – my vegemite bought from Berlin was nearing it's end! No luck with the Vegemite - but we did find elastic and some new sports socks for me. Oh, and a well deserved piece of pizza - and some more free WiFi. We then went for a walk-about and saw some more sites - Heroes Square, a Time Wheel and Vajdahunyard Castle (to name a few).
Tuesday was another very grey day - ...
Before my trip it's necessary to give a brief history of Central and South Eastern Europe to understand where and why I am going to so many towns nobody has ever heard of.
We are predominantly taught an Anglo-French version of European History with mention of the rise and decline of Germany during the 20th Century. Western schooling teaches us virtually nothing about ...
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