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Under grey skies we walked into the centre. Daily Mail readers would be astounded and confused. The centre was full of magnificent buildings and wide pedestrian boulevards. Cafes and bars were everywhere; it is a very pleasant place to pause for a drink. Sadly rain came and the concert just did not happen.
We returned to the hotel sharing our one umbrella and retired to our room to watch a film ...
... passport checks - during one of which the controller decided he needed to take our passports outside onto the platform without warning and consult with his colleagues. All lost in translation we presume. It should be said though that the people of Budapest, and thus far, rural Romania, have been quite welcoming, polite and try as hard as they can to help. Hungary's high english literacy rate has helped us amazingly recently - only once or twice have we felt unable ...
As the birth place of the Romanian Revolution I was quite keen to explore this town.
In mid December 1989 protests broke out against the governments attempted removal of Laszlo Tokes the head of the reformed Hungarian Church as he had spoken out against the government earlier that year. Protests quickly spread to other ...
... solo traveling especially women. Traveling is an amazing experience where you learn so much about yourself, meet really cool people, see the kindness of so many people. I met an American and an Australian in the hostel today. The Australian and I went to an art museum and then had lunch at a vegetarian place. It was really good and super filling. It was soup and pasta but the pasta was made from spinach. Afterwards we split to do things around. ...
I haven't written in a few days for a variety of reasons but I’ll try to catch up a bit in this post and then maybe go back and write some longer posts for the days I missed.
I’m currently in Bratislava, Slovakia – the motherland. It’s a decent sized town with a few interesting things to see, but nothing crazy like Paris or Budapest, where it would take a whole week to see everything important. I’m mostly here because this is ...