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Travel Blogs from Kosice
Couldn't get a tyre in Cluj Napoca so a quick blast to the only place I could find online that looked promising, however it was 120 miles away in Hungary...no response to my emails so i thought I'd just turn up and see...so the good news is I got a tyre, the not so good news is that it's about 3 models behind the times...apart from the price that is!!
But it had to be done, the tyre that came off had done 12832 miles from new and was looking a bit slick around the middle, plenty ...
... slipping and sliding up the mountain for about two hours (the way down was even better…). However, the view from the top was amazing so we all quickly forgot about our struggle up the mountain. The guide who took us to the top was certified by the government to provide tours up that particular mountain (his company, Plum, is the only one with said permit) and he provides safety training and information on the national park.
Upon completion of our hike we made our way ...
... lot of posters around the town. I think there were some outdoor concerts, but I arrived late one evening and then next night was pouring rain, so I can't really comment on this. Probably there was some sort of donation from some sort of arts committee to another local arts committee.
Kosice might be the second biggest city in Slovakia, but it is under half a million people and feels even smaller. The architecture is lovely in the old town ...
... way, saying farewell to Ukraine and its remarkable welcome in every
town and village we have encountered. Today, we headed our way down
thickly-wooded valleys across green and hilly countryside to the border of
Slovakia. Our border formalities were again over in minutes. Once again our special back-up support organisation headed by Dan and his team
of girls in blue polo-shirts with CREW in large letters across their backs
proved they had a firm grip ...
Do you recognize that feeling that you've been born in the 'wrong' century? Strolling through Budapest, it may creep upon you. Budapest was BIG around 1900. In 1896 Hungary celebrated its 'millennium feast', commemorating that Arpad, 1000 years before, brought the leaders of the 7 Hungarian people together and bound them with blood to the one Hungary.
The celebration of 1896, which seems to have lasted some years, ...