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The Garden Hotel in Szolnok proves to be very comfortable... despite the whole squad of sulky teenage footballers from Dubai. Luckily, they settle down reasonably early! We breakfast and then go into town. The old city has some interesting buildings... as well as a fair taking place. Today is a national holiday to celebrate the first King of Hungary being crowned... so all the schopps are schutt!... so still no wooly to ...
... Endodontic dentistry and routinely takes off the month of August. This is his first major bicycling trip. He is well-travelled (originally from Uganda, schooled in London) and I look forward to getting to know him better in the remaining weeks of our trip. So that's our Canadian contingency. I love getting to know the riders on our trip; each day is a mosaic of personalities and experiences that add to the overall adventure. So at UH-BOAT 7 am tomorrow, we will ride ...
Then we moved onto to kecskemet which is further south, we had a couple of nights here and discovered an amazing market full of local fruit and veg and not a tourist in sight :-). We bought all sorts of food and stocked the van up for less than a tenner. Just outside the market some locals were gathered around a small kiosk and something smelt gooood!!! Unfortunately tally could not eat hot food so I had to sample it alone, such a ...
... was no shade, and in these temperatures we were really needing our inner strength to keep going. A cold beverage at this simple pub allowed Mark and I to keep going for the 10km last stretch along a super bumpy road to Kunhegyes that left my rear sore for days.
In Kunhegyes, rain started to fall. The rain felt so amazing on my worn out and overheated body. Finally, we were ready to take refuge in Berekfurdu.
Just finished breakfast, worshp and devotions and at 11:00 we set out for Kecskemet for a concert and dance performance set for this evening. Spent about 2 hours walking the main square and having lunch at a Hungarian cafe. Then onto the church to set up the band equipment and off to hand out 500 invitations to the concert, We also handed out about 200 tracks. We visited the local mall to hand out invitaitons ...