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But the time constraints imposed by visas for Iran and Pakistan means we have to continue to speed through Europe, and next it was Hungary. Trying to avoid Budapest we went straight through the middle, and did it almost without a hitch. This was all to get to Lake Balaton, the number one holiday spot in Hungary. A nice enough place but when your country is land locked I suppose any stretch of water is attractive. As we left for Pecs (a town) we discovered the largest ...
We woke early as the kids wanted to get straight down to the lake. After exhausting the lake it was off to the pool whilst Michael went out on his kayak to investigate the local town. Thank the Lord for the last minute purchase of a waterproof bag for my kindle. I was able to read my book for the first time this holiday whilst keeping one eye on the boys playing. We then headed back to the van for lunch. Harvey and Billy were in ...
So after a mere 2hr drive we arrived at Keszthely in Hungary another pre booked campsite as the lakeside pitch and onsite swimming pool was tempting at £22 per night. No sooner had we chosen our pitch and parked were we changed and in the lake. After the ...
... and pieces. Again the gratitude he showed for our wears. The boys gave him the pizza, a lt bottle of cold water, a packet of malted milk biscuits, a cold bottle of Budweiser and one of Michaels t'shirts. It think he seriously made the boys think how lucky we all are! Although Billy did say he's not sure why he doesn't just go back to school and study for a good job! He looked about 70+ so I'm not sure they'd have ...
... a way across the border on a train with bikes.
The breakfast bell rang at 8am - late for us, very casual breakfast here for the Royal guests. Twas a Euro style breakfast - tea, coffee, bread rolls (white only, but nice), sliced meat, cheese and that was it. We tucked in and enjoyed a very restrained breakfast. Then a surprise, scrambled eggs were served - sampled by Paul and found to be very nice. Just as we were finished, the tiny ...