Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras
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... pics constantly- huge boulders and windy roads- reminded of us of Idaho- the most beautiful place on earth! When we got close, we started noticing the signs on the freeway were crossed off and we got a little confused- until we got rerouted- damn you Siri! Ended up being fine, pulled right in to Levoča and were given the honeymoon suite-perhaps because we were the only ones staying in our hotel. We saw ...
... scenery into a 'selfie' by Jasmin. She has lived in Beijing and, as we trek back, furnishes me with an abundance of useful information about China. For example, deodorant is neither available nor in use! Hm... Hopefully the pictures below will convince Tero and others to make a stop here soon. You may even hear the Polish version of Livin' on a Prayer on the way ...
... the quiet side road back except for horses and carts. The traditional ways are still very much in evidence here. Last evening we watched a horse drawn plough, operated by two men, prepared the furrow. Six women followed, planting the potatoes.
Finally Brutus saved the day. Dave learned some tricks watching the picki picks (motorbikes) in Kenya. The 11 Kg gas cylinder was strapped on the back and they headed for the store. We had been sold a ...
... cameos of life that unfold. Sromowce Wyzne which is across the river from the campsite was a fascinating mix. Traditional village life complete with sheep in the barns under the houses, horse drawn ploughs and carts as well as swish new cars.
We got back to camp in time to sit out our first thunderstorm. The roof didn’t leak but there are a few “moving parts” and the “privacy room” is not designed ...
25 Apr.15 Niedzica, Poland
Talk about mixed emotions! It's so exciting to be on the road, "following our noses"
but it’s also kind of weird not to have an address. 'Bo will be Home, wherever he’s parked, for
the next…well who knows how long?
Saying “Goodbye” is never easy and we leave many good friends in Poland. We do believe
we’ll meet up with many ...