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... along the Danube with the castle across the water it's quite romantic. I hold my own hand and walk on!! As the night closes in some Halloweeners are on the street creating a lot of attention. It's not big here and I wonder if everyone knows what is going on, or maybe it's me and this is just a normal Saturday. I get some Mulled wine from a vendor a rather large cup and sit listening to buskers while sipping away. Due to my extreme good looks a girl approaches me asking where I ...
... sites together, parliament, cathedral, and opera house. Our first mission was lunch, we picked a place that looked good and central and were seated. However not long after looking at the menu and seeing they were asking €8 for a coke and €40 for a meal we quickly hightailed and went searching for something more in our price bracket. So Hungary is in the European Union but still uses Hungarian Forint, lol so that explains the prices. Italian was the choice and I had ...
... truly was a virtue and I was just sitting there waiting. It was actually quite good fun watching people approach the ticket office with this puzzled look on their face. And especially once they had their ticket and realisation sets in how many numbers they were away from being served. Ah I know why I love teaching Social Anthropology. All of this can be part of my lessons next year. Should really claim everything back and put it down as professional updating. Actually, in ...
We left the Marriott in Prague at 8.30 a.m. and set off on a 550km journey, on a brand new Bus, for Buddha Pesh. Lynda, our next door neighbour who was here last year, was right - the locals do call it Budapesh, not like us un-educated Aussies, Canadians and ******ns.
We travelled through Slovakia ( which used to be part of Czechoslovakia until the Czechs and Slovakas decided to form their own Republics in 1993 after ...
... lot of sweating (and swearing) the car finally got going and we didn't roll back and crash into the car behind us. That evening we walked up the steep Gellert Hill which took about 20 minutes. There we had the main view point of the entire city, and it was breathtaking. This city is a photographer's dream, and with my new lens and tripod in hand, I was in heaven. Now atop this hill sits Hungary's version of the Statue of Liberty, originally brought over ...