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... real coffee - offer was gratefully received. A quick glance at breakfast on our way to our table gave me the impression that we were in for a treat. I am going out on a limb here - it is the best breakfast to date - from Copenhagen to here - a total of 27 breakfasts! Martin continued to fuss over us. Tis good having Annette around when the locals take a fancy to her!
Juice - prepared or juice ur own, fresh fruit - cut and whole, cereal, yogurt, bread ...
... English class, helping everyone solve a crossword puzzle. Dropping him off this morning, he dragged me into the classroom to watch as his classmates tried to get him on the top of a human pyramid. His biggest complaint today was that when he pulls his book out to read during breaks, the girls all come over to him to talk. Laura suggested that he should pick who is his girlfriend, and let the others deal with ...
... on clothing is not high on my list of priorities, but it was time for some new attire.
With my new purchases safely tucked away in my suitcase I showered and headed out for the night. There was a jazz bar I had seen earlier in the day and wanted to visit it this evening. I had dinner in a humus café, where everything is humus based. It was awesome! The alcohol here is so cheap and so good.
The jazz bar was celebrating its 3rd birthday this evening ...
... and put in my pocket as a memento to them. We wandered home and got our selves a kebab on a plate near our hostel then went up to bed.
Some where around 3 30 that morning our roomies came home and our large Irish companion with sleep apnea. He brought his machine and we didn’t hear a peep last night but the sound coming from him was bordering on a construction site. It took me half an hour to finally wake him up and get him to put his mask ...
... and it was 4.30pm. The walk down the hill to the square took about 15 mins and we found a supermarket where we could buy all we required including pasta and the ingredients for dinner. I cooked for the first time since leaving home and the first time in Hungary. A great pasta dish with wine and pastries to follow with a cuppa. John is now back at the computer working on the rebuttal and I am trying to catch up on my diary.