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... it was called Langos and its amazing!!!!! Its a huge deep fried pitta bread thing with loads of sour cream and cheese melted on top of it ! So simple... so good .. and cheap!!!!!!! After all that food we headed into the great plain of Hungary and its national park which is huge. Lots of nice little villages think they were abit shocked to see a British campervan passing through!! Time to head back to Budapest for tallys final check ...
... I discovered was belissimo and just what I needed before I entered the 6 story commercial world of lights and noise and people in a hurr. Truly, I couldn't stay in this shopping mall but for maybe 30 minutes and then I absolutely had to escape - too much, too much. Back to wandering neighborhoods, parks and a lovely walk along the Danube. I love people watching, don't you? This city gives you many opportunities in all ...
... i was reunited with a girl i met in morroco (Bec Fong- an aussie from townsville). Together we couchsurfed with the lovely Florian in Berlin.
Holland- couchsurfing at a frat house in Amsterdam
Belgium- volunteering at "shangri-lah, centre for inner peace" or "NOT yoga camp" with Bec Fong
England (midlands)- "Shambala" music festival (4 days) where I was working as a nurse in the first ...
... we packed up went round saying our goodbyes to the Hungarians, locals, Dutch and Danes that we had met. After talking to the kids club leader Fred we had a good understanding of how to tackle Budapest! Fred was such a lovely fellow always willing to give us the heads up and most importantly taking the kids for hours on end, will always be thankful for his interprative abilities as Hungarian is not only hard/impossible to read but equally hard to speak!!
... mixing ordinary brown tiles with a green color that made it look like ivy was growing on the roof. The facade had a colorful ceramic vine and rose pattern. I wanted to grab some pictures since the weather was good.
I also wanted to check out the town museum, the Kiskun Museum, which I had read about in a brochure at my hotel. It turned out to be quite large, with four main exhibits: the prison museum, the windmill, a small gallery, and a folk museum. Except for the ...
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