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... the set and props. Well, of course, a few words translated - STELL LAAAA! Ha! I was filled up by the beauty of it.
I was ready to return to our tiny little village of Kanjiza by the time my three days were up. The city seemed a little more busy and hectic than usual and I longed for the quiet. That said, I
will always have a soft spot for Budapest and I am certain I will return.
Ciao for now, Budapest.
... Gelato and I don't care for gelato. We saw the first church that brought Christianity to Hungary yesterday in Kesckemet, I will try to attach a phot of the church to this entry using Bill's computer. I must have flash player to upload pictures and I can't get it on the IPad. In the town square ther were about five churches on opposite corners from each other. The city had just had a festival of beer ...
... 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 ...
... the week with lots of bike riding, walking, lazing, swimming, laundry and lazing!! After being on the go for so long it was really nice to just stay put and not worry about what time was what!! It was also a great way for the kids to make friends with the locals. Leah made a little friend who spoke no English but the mother spoke enough so that we could all get along and communicate. I was often roaming the park looking for kids when we would find one or more ...
... was limited by the lack of English. I did like a set of "church scenes in a bottle" they had (like "ships in a bottle", but with religious motifs). It must have been a fad at one point.
Moving on, I took a long drive east to Debrecen. Unfortunately, the transportation infrastructure of Hungary was arranged as spokes radiating from Budapest. This included both the high-speed motorways and the rail lines. This structure made it difficult to travel east and west in the ...