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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
... cities. The first train was very modern, clean, and fast. A passenger next to me opened her laptop and started working on excel spreadsheets, and this was just too much for me to take on my vacation! So I left my sit and went to the restaurant wagon. I met Zoltan Sachs, and American man from Hungarian origin who was visiting his far relatives in Hungaria. I also met Veronika, a very international and well travelled Hungarian girl living in London. I spent a couple ...
... today after an ~75 mile ride - flat, hot and with a headwind/crosswind. The evenings are nice and cool though and I will once again enjoy sleeping in my tent with the rainfly off. Though I don't relish the 545 wake up. We are about 1300 miles into our 2300 mile ride. The weather forecast remains hot, dry and sunny. This Texas girl is loving it. And tomorrow we ride...into ...
... at fountains along the road or in the mountains. b) the wells you see in use are so well maintained and protected, that in the end we did drink water fom it sometimes. Normally they have covers and roofs, the buckets are shining new, and people get old with it anyway. Of course you have to take a well that is in use and not one of the many that are left to fall apart.
(The only time we drank infected water was in Turkey. Then it came from ...
... due to that I would like to thank here Aniko, her father and all my previous hosts for their hospitality and support. All of you have strenghtened my faith in people kindness so very very much! Thank you guys and girls!!!
Training a cat. Lesson one – Calling the cat.
Poland: Kici, kici!
UK/USA: Kitty, kitty!
Germany: Katze, katze!
Turkey: Psst, psst, psst!
Hungary: Tic, tic, tic!
…and the cat ignores us anyway. :)