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Today. Mhm where to start??
1. Breakfast.. Tick.
2. 25min walk to the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
3. The worst bus instructions ever given.. Tick.
4. 1hr bus back to Prague.. Oops.
5. Bus dropoff in the middle of nowhere.. Tick.
... After a traditional Czech lunch in our adjoining pub, we walked up to the main square to meet our local guide, Olly who was going to take us on a walking tour of the town and castle, complete with history, fun facts and watching her interact with all the locals she knew along the way. For dinner we went to a place along the river that specializes in serving traditional food that would have served in the castle. Most had ...
... be a disaster, turned into a peaceful river ride through town. Then came the teepee experience. We took a taxi to the camp and saw there were tons of Czech teenagers camping around the 3 teepees. We were tripping and falling with all our bags and they were hysterically laughing at us. Of course, we have no idea what they said. We go into a teepee thinking it was supposed to have bunk beds and it's literally a giant tarp wrapped around big sticks with a wooden ...
... day here, but it's enough.
In the morning, we had a wonderful breakfast with our hostess and once again had an amazing coincidence. The hostess said her daughter is in Iowa on an exchange with AFS. Deanne was an exchange student with AFS in Austria when she was 16. And her daughter is in a small town called New Virginia, Iowa which is not that far from Deanne's relatives and where she used to live in Shenandoah, IA. AND, our next stop ...
... 2 hours in the rain to look at sites etc. The first site we found was a Crepe business which Yes sold lots of crepes. I had a Blue cheese and bacon and Susan Tuna, cheese and tomato. Of course as we were in the Czech Republic I had a beer and Susan a Ginger lemonade both very nice. We then had a sweet Crepe - Cranberry, Walnut, Pear & Goats Cheese. All up it was a massive NZ$17 - we realised later they had not charged us for the sweet Crepe.