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Soooooooooo, Day 3 was another success. First of all the weather was perfect, 53 and sunny, we had to shed layers. We got a late start because we needed to sleep in, so we started out with lunch. There was one restaurant we had looked at for dinner that we never ended up making a reservation at, so we went there. Zednek's Oyster Bar. HEELLLLOOOOO Zednek's!!!! First of all, Charlotte ate raw oysters... and ...
... bridge we boarded flat bottom boats for a little river cruise. Fortunately it was fairly short, because it was nothing special. After the cruise we were met by Tomas, who walked with us through the back streets to a building that housed the offices of a non-profit that worked to preserve the historical treasures of the Czech Republic. He spoke to us for over an hour about the post World War II history of the country and the position of Czech Republic in that ...
... via transit, we took the lazy route - an all inclusive tour complete with car ride there and back. We toured the famed ossuary or bone church (aka the creepy reason for which Jacqui had no interest in coming) as well as a cathedral built in the thirteenth century and the former royal mint. We stood inside the royal apartment, built for the King's visits, and waved from ...
... out (what happens in prague stays in prague...right girls? and curly sue kieran) Heading back home after the four best days of my life was depressing - but I can't be too down as me and kieran are off to travel south-east asia for 9 weeks in 3 days! We thought it'd be easier to make a blog to stay in contact with family and friends! So...stay tuned! Love Nat and Curly Sue x ...
... Learnt that if you decide to carry on further it can have a destructive ending - you may click whilst dancing but in real life - who are you?We have nothing in common at all.
Learnt that projecting your expectations on someone else can have destructive ending as well.
Learnt that not expecting anything and just being is often what makes the milonga tick for me.
Learnt that I still have a lot to learn