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Takze cesta bola v poriadku, z Dillí sa islo po pol piatej ráno, takze este pred odletom som zaspaval. Hneď davali jedlo a potom nejaké 2 hodky som si pospal. V Dohe kavicka a 9:15 odlet. Vedľa mna obe miesta volne, tak som lezal, spal,To bolo pohodlicko😉Prílet 12:50 Čo na záver : Kazdý deň sa ma nejaký ind pýtal, či je to moja prvá ...
I started the day with a breakfast at the camping at 7am, as I forgot to think about where the sun would rise, and sure thing it had turned my tent into a sauna by 6:45. I then proceeded to set off for Trencin, with the target of making it before noon. I chose to cycle on an alternately rocky / paved path along the Náh, but my biggest problem was a very strong face wind anyways, preventing me from riding above 13km/h. So I ...
... blowing against me so I was even slower. Today I only saw only 3 cyclotourists on the road. Of course we greeted each other warmly. This is not eurovelo anymore, and what is scarce is precious. Another consequence of this being a road less traveled is that local people look at me with surprised, interested expressions, sometimes smile at me as if saying "I did that too when I was ...
... through the town.
This pretty town square was a pedestrian zone except when the local police cars came speeding through to deal with some local villains who decided to have a disagreement.
Our next destination is Poland - that makes 4 countries in three days.
... amazing basilica overlooking the Danube river and present day Slovakia. We hit the road to head back through Central and Eastern Slovakia and the small, not so charming small towns we passed along the way. The area is full of deserted buildings, which we assume were shut down during the 2009 recession, and struggling businesses which till exist and are trying to make a dollar. Looking forward to making our way to ...