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... Hungarians whom we assume are having a deep and meaningful about whether or not the EEC should self implode and sit in what seems like a giant cup of tea. Interestingly the water was very soft and felt quite good, google to the rescue told us our tea coloured water was an ancient sea water and largely iodine soaked. After aclimitation period we headed to the next pond which was hotter and cooked ourselves ...
... of cafes and bars. I spent a while in one restaurant having a lazy lunch and even treated myself to dessert. Because you know, I never do that.
(That was sarcasm, by the way.)
I might have spent more time out if the weather had been better. There were showers throughout the day, the kind where you just wait 10 minutes for them to stop. It reminded me of home, as did the suburban area where my accommodation ...
... point to point trains rather than jumping through several on the same day. I think that flexibility definitely counts for something. I probably could've gone twice as far if I'd needed to. I'm heading into areas with high speed trains the prices of single tickets will soon skyrocket, so it'll probably come in handy (especially since I get to travel first class).
I do have to apologise to some of the peope who sat near ...
... Hungarian plains .
Later Ildiko showed us some 'rescued’ wild animals native to the area. We had dinner and lots of chatting at the one and only Hortobagy pub/restaurant.
Sunday 7th: Met Ildiko at the lovely Youth Hostel where she is staying while she works ...
... on the other side of Debrecen as we approach the Romanian border. We cross into Romania without incident, although we're stopped by a policeman who checks our passports. Hilli comes out in a cold sweat. We try to buy a road vignette, but unlike in Austria and Switzerland, are assured with a smile that bikers don't need them. The clouds get lower and lower, black on both sides of the road now. We drive through pretty countryside with a lot of quite dilapidated villages and ...