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Had an RCI week available to us and decided to use it in this quaint little town. We opted for an apartment unit so that we could cook light meals. It was great to shop for breakfast and lunch and go out for dinner. Rented bikes for half of the week and toodled around town and into the next town for several days. It was great. Staff at the Hotel …
It is only with the promise of good weather that I head out to Balaton. I could easily stay in Budapest. Getting off the train at Revfulop, it feels like the wrong decision. The station is deserted and dilapidated and nothing seems very exciting. Still, I can see the hostel from the station. It looks very busy and they explain they have a group of cyclists staying. I move to my room and meet Tom. He and the Australian ...
... that is so reliant on tourism for its livelihood!? It's baffling! But sometimes, I suppose beggars really can't be choosers.
The next morning we again woke to similar weather so we decided it wasn't in the cards for us to enjoy sunny weather at Lake Balaton! Ready to retire the vehicle for our Slovak-Hungarian road trip, we headed towards Budapest eager to see what the countries capital and largest city had to ...
Zack and I just spent the last week at the largest and most popular lake in Hungary: Lake Balaton. The lake is HUGE, as in the average width of the lake is 5 miles across. Besides admiring the vastness of the lake, we also "enjoyed" seeing lots of sunburnt skin - as in more skin than anyone ever needs to see. Ever. We also cooked LOTS of Hungarian food, drank wine (which the region is famous for), and attended a genuine Hungarian birthday party.
... to the small town of Revuflop. And
staying at my hostel. Coincidence!
We lazed at the beach all afternoon. Of course there was no sand so
we lay on the grass. Totes better than rocks. It was the first time I've
ever had to pay for a beach. The idea of privately owned beaches is
just so repulsive to New Zealanders, but when in Europe one must do as
the Europeans do.
Back at the hostel we ...