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Travel Blogs from Zdar nad Sazavou
Snowing hard and enjoying some very special white Czech wine.
Enjoyed some excellent schnapps last night at a local bar and have been hanging out with local DJs listening to awesome drum and bass vinyl mixing.
Been to too many bars and drank far too much of the local shot (some kind of 40% distilled rice wine - URGHH!!)
Wonderful company and walks around the lovely little city of Oloumouc.
Firstly, apologies for lack of punctuation, im on a Czech keyboard and I still cant find where any punctuation is.
So its time for us to pack our back packs and head to NZ.
Yes we still have nowhere to stay and the pair of us seem to be quite ok about this....im sure the panic will set in soon. Despite sending loads of requests on couch surfing we havent had any yes replies yet....but trust and it will come. Im sure asking to say ...
... and groom clearing it up, and carrying the bride over the threshold of the food hall :) Speeches were lovely, food was a strange Czech fare - ham and bread with horseradish and whipped cream(?!), a liver meatball soup then roast beef and dumplings with gravy. Oddly no dessert but some yummy little biscuit things which I could have eaten millions of :) the rest of the evening was pretty chilled. It seems ...
The monastery in Zdar nad Sazavou is beautifully peaceful, particularly given all the traffic going past in an industrial town. I'm guessing the town itself being pretty much off the tourist radar helps, but I think it's also the character of the monastery ...
Prague is unique. While western Europe has gorgeous white buildings, magnificent architecture, and cobble stone streets, Bohemia is extremely different.
This is one of the busiest cities I've ever been to. People are out and about all day and night every day and night. It is fun to watch as locals roam the streets dressed in nice clothing not making eye contact with anyone, on a mission. Complete opposite, I read ...