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... why the hell not go to another country when it's so close. I could move to Bratislava in a second. Why? It's just that feeling you get when you feel at home. Maybe it is the sound of the language, which is very similar to Ukrainian, or it could be the perfect balance of old and new within the city. If there was a city so far in my travels that is closest in feel ...
... her to the bus stop and carried her backpack. I have no idea how she can carry that much weight around with her - she has been traveling for months. She is one strong, tenacious interesting woman. I hope to meet up with her someday. She is welcome at my place is she ever decides to visit Ottawa - though it might not be spicy enough there for her personality :o)
I really felt at ease in Bratislava and decided to not do the touristy places and ...
... because they are really small! With a Slovak goat cheese sauce, this was super delicious, and if you don't eat meat, you can get it without meat. Basic, but good. Also tried the Slovak version of cola, it's a bit gingery with another taste, not quite cherry, but I can't quite decide what it is. We then wandered into the Old City where it's extremely clean and not crowded with tourists at all. We took some fun photos with the statues, ...
... Chris and I hired bikes for less than 3 pounds equivalent an hour and pedaled a few miles outside of the town on a cyclepath to a monastery on top of a hill. Except we couldn't work out how to get there, as the River Vistula proved to be an insurmountable obstacle! Eventually we found a bridge, but even then there was no direct route up the steep slope. After risking our lives on an 100m stretch of road, we gave up and turned back. Never mind, the sun ...
... arguing since they were 50 and I swear that it is what keeps them alive. My grandma makes it look like she can’t stand my grandpa from the outside, but above and beyond cooking and cleaning for him every day, in moments of weakness she will do something really sweet for him like bring him some desert from the “cukraren” (sweets bakery), or set up the TV for him on the satellite (which only she knows how to do) so he can watch his favourite ...
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