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... while. This pond was English breakfast tea coloured and I felt just like a tea bag floating around. Darren was not in too long before heading to the colder pond. Had his hot pond face on, which is much like his hot bus face.
The next day we went to the AquaPark next door and dam what
a crazy place. I can explain it all here just google Hajduboszormeny and have a
... things just don't change wherever you travel.
I'm off to Bratislava tomorrow. My route will take me back through Budapest, which I'll be visiting again in a couple of weeks. The travel map on this blog is going to look like a maze by the time I get through with this.
PS - I should mention there is a large TV in my room. Another reason to stay in and take advantage. I insist on getting my money's ...
... the afternoon trains. I had about a three hour stop in Club Napoca, so I decided to walk into the Old Town area for a late breakfast. It didn't look too far on the map. No more than 15 minute idle stroll.
I forgot of course to factor in the scorching sun and large pack on my back. By the time I found a cafe still serving breakfast (which was only after a bit of backtracking and a few wrong turns), i was a sweating ...
... and went together to the trip where we got a real-life feel of farm life and the cattle herding on the Hungarian putszas (plains). Ildikoa and I even got to ‘ride’ one of the horses led by rather a spunky ‘herdsman’.
Then we went together to Debrecen where we ...
... developments with poor buildings now falling apart and needing lots of money spent on them. We pass plenty of horses-and-carts, beautiful churches and women carrying baskets on their backs. As we leave Satu Mare, the rain starts and, for the next sixty kilometres, it either pours or mizzles. We arrive in Baia Mare a bit wet, with the Transylvanian mountains shrouded in low clouds to our left and right. We stop at a garage to consult the map and a kind Romanian offers to show us ...