Travel Blogs from Hajduszoboszlo
... know about how much it should cost to get home. He named his price and we laughed at him and a few minutes later, while we were waiting for another cab, he called us back over and offered us a reasonable price. Oh, Hungary.
Well, tomorrow around 7AM I head off for my Serbia trip! I don't have any pictures of my adventures this week, but I'll be sure to take tons on my Serbian adventure. I'll write again soon!
... to play this upcoming Thursday at 9 PM. Awesome. However, when we started playing, none of us were in proper basketball attire, one guy even played in flip flops! Luckily, I've played a game or two of "Pig" in my lifetime and I scored about 16 points! Unfortunately, I have no defense whatsoever. Oh well, I had so much fun! I look forward to next Thursday! And enjoy my crazy pictures! I almost died trying to take them from the clock tower.
... I decided I would rather return home and get some sleep for my- wait for it- TENNIS TOURNAMENT! Pardon my excitement, but I haven't played tennis in about a month now and I can finally get some use out of my racquet here! So I headed home early with my new Hungarian friend Roland.
Well, now I need to get some sleep, I hope my tennis game isn't too rusty... I'll write again soon!
... br> Night out in Belgrade, the city which is considered by Lonely Planet the
best city in Central Europe for night life can not be omitted. I am not
sure if this is really true, but we will check how good it is.
day/2.night - The main activity of the day is two-hours guided walking
tour around the old town and the Belgrade fortress named Kalemegdan,
starting from 11am with a professional guide. ...
Today was a lovely day! No classes until 6PM. Not lazy, but not super productive. I have, however, began a new habit of pretending to be Hungarian. It's crazy fun! People start a conversation, for example, an old man on the bus who starts chatting with me, and I just nod and smile and he think I understand him completely. He gets up to leave and I say goodbye in Hungarian. I'm not sure why, ...