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Travel Blogs from Budapest
... money into Hungarian Forints and then found directions towards our hostel! I will post a photo of the map of the city, and whereabouts we are here in Budapest! Once we found the correct address, we buzzed the door and walked up a very cold set of cement stairs. Jordyn and I both were a little nervous at first, but we were so pleasantly surprised once we checked in and this place is seriously like a second home! Compared to the last hostel we stayed in, this place is miniscule! BUT I ...
... Half charged on wine,Anna then took us out to the oldest Ruin pub in Budapest. Funky gothic, theatrical pub. All the contiki ppl dominated the pub. It was a good chance to meet and greet properly. Alcohol generally breaks down personal barriers anyone might have. The next time we looked at our watch it was 0300 in the morning. Only spent 50 aud between me and chloe after a nightsdrinking? Madness. Might pay for it tomorrow. ...
... was to figure out how to use a completely new currency. Although we all did our homework and knew a little about that Hungarian Forint it was still a very strange concept. I withdrew 19,000 Forints and it did not last for very long. What I gathered from this experience is that this currency is a lot bigger. Instead of using a $1 for something it was more like 200 Forints. By the time we left I felt like I had a decent understanding of ...
Today was a education in how the locals shop. Helen and I went to the local market which wasn't to far away, where I was introduced to the Langkos. It's like a donut in texture and its cooked in oils so it a bit crunch. Then it has sour cream, ham and cheese on it. They are very filling. And really tasty.
I was also introduced to pigs ear. Not really my cup of tea. The market is in a big building with all different vendors mostly fruit and veg,
... them, etc, and one time a guy handed me a beer. haha. We then took it to the Buda side and saw the top of a hill overlooking the city. We then went to the Buda castle, where we got off to walk around. It was cool. It was like the castles that we learned about in school. There was a castle part and then there were also many small houses where normal people lived. We walked around and saw some cool buildings. Our favorite part was one ...
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