Hunguest Hotel Fenyo
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... was Zalanpatak, their other property that is owned by Prince Charles for a horse and cart ride with a BBQ picnic. Beckett sat in his car seat and slept most of the hour long ride. We learned a little about the towns as we passed through them. The property is incredibly remote, with absolutely no cell or wireless coverage-- probably why the Prince feels like he can escape there for a peaceful week off! It is in the middle of beautiful vistas of rolling hills, grazing ...
... cake. After scooping around the dreaded fungus-- dinner is superb. Unfortunately, it is a little late for Beckett who begins to act out a little, so we leave before dessert... Off to bed we go. It is surprisingly noisy for such a small town. Even though it seemed out of the way to get there, it is a main thoroughfare that large trucks pass by most of the night. You can hear them rattle as the careen around the corner, much too quickly. ...
A week of what later, in another part of Romania, we find another one: Turda gorge. This one we can only walk through. As it is pentecost, it is also quite full, this time with mountaineers. Next to the gorge there is a small campground, for a well earned meal and a good sleep.
Our first stop was St. Anna's Lake, Lake Sfânta Ana, is the only crater lake in Romania and dates back almost 10,000 years. Since the lake is supplied exclusively from precipitation the amount of minerals in the water is extremely low. The purity is almost of that of distilled water. For a lot of the other students on the trip they thought this ...
... Festival in Chiang Rai that takes place on saturday, 16 july. Im really looking forward to meeting the whole 'thainess' I've read about so many. I feel Im ready to be there! This blog is going to be written mostly because of my lovely family, so they can track me wherever will I be. Also, every single personal experience is worth to be shared, so if you mind, you can follow my journey in this fabulous country. Pics, and more to come...
See ya in Bangkok!:)