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... felt as though we'd roll off due to a slight angle....greeeeeeeeeat! Met another Pom and Aussie (not travelling together) but on the bunks under us and managed to have a good chat with them before turning the light off and trying to get some sleep. The night went slowly and we both woke up around 4 times each through the night. Every time the train stopped in the night and we were both kind of asleep, had to hook our fingers through the rails that were stupidly placed on the ...
... the people we met today is the head of their Tatar / Bashkir Service, and so I was able to catch up on what's going on in my old stomping grounds.
After a rainy afternoon going our separate ways (our first rain !), we all met up again to go to the opera. Not just any opera, a Mozart opera. And not just in any theater, but in the Estates Theater, where Mozart actually premiered his own Don Giovanni back in 1787. It was AMAZING to be in that ...
... nice enough...best part was the toilet that you 'flushed' with a footpedal, causing the bottom to open like a trapdoor. Not sure whether it went straight onto the tracks, bit it was pretty funny.
From the train station at Kutna Hora everyone was walking so we joined the train and headed off in search of the skull church. The church's graveyard was a sought after burial site, and during the thirty years’ war in the 17th century, the number of burials outgrew the ...
... Shortly after two young girls came in stating they had reserved seats so the man next to me moved so one could sit and the young boy moved to sit on his mums lap opposite me. It was hot and stinky and horrible for about 2 hours. First the woman and her son left, then after about 2.5 hours of us holding our tops over our noses, the man finally left. When he did, we quickly threw our bag onto his chair so no one else could sit down and the girls quickly shut the door and pulled the ...
... migrated to Australia. She had moved back 10 years ago. It was interesting hearing her story, she got a bit emotional as she told it to us.
Some of the most memorable/enjoyable things we learnt on the walking tour were.
- The Czechs invented the sugar cube & contact lenses.
- Prague Castle never used to be lit up at night, it wasn't until Mick Jagger came to Prague & talked to the Prime Minister about how it should be. Mick ...