Hotel Zlaty Klucik
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... to ride away, as I was slowing him down of course. The road is not the perfect thing because of the cars, but it's the fastest option, and it took me to Trnava on time, at 8pm. Trnava is a lovely little town with some old stuff too, a nice atmosphere in the evening. The goal for tomorrow is to camp near Trencin, halfway through to Zilina, the gateway to the dreaded Tatras mountain ...
... struggled with my show and tell decision (American culture is terrible….ummm here have a Big Mac?).
After a three-day vacation we headed back to Nitra for the closing two days (all of us a little stressed about the final presentation and report). The mood was definitely somber as we trudged off the bus and back into our hostel. Thankfully, our group was able to pull it together and finish the report and gave a thorough presentation at the ...
... to turn sully round and we met Uncle Stuart at the local lidl! It was fantastic to see him!! He guided us back to the family home where we greeted Jana, Anna and Mark! I can't believe how grown up they have become and their English is better than mine! Jana put on an amazing lunch and we talked the afternoon away! Later Uncle Stuart helped us plan our next few stops and recommended some places in Hungary and Croatia to stay, very excited as these places ...
... pong.. Now I know I said I would give my self 2 weeks to beat Simon..... Well 6 days is obviously all I needed!! I caught him massively off guard and a 21-19 game was won by meeeeeee!!! I think everyone in the camp site also managed to hear the news!! Unbelievable! Very happy Lorna and gutted Simon, he a reckons that is all my winning for the holidays but we will see!! Now on the road getting here a temperature sign said it was ...
... English they stare.
Despite not speaking English, we have managed to find our way around the city fairly easily. The bus drivers don’t seem to mind that we point to our destination and miss pronounce ‘thank you’ in Slovak every morning (ďakujem). The hostel we are staying in is quite nice considering the price we are paying for it. It definitely is not the four seasons, but I have stayed in worse in the ...