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Day 2 Dragged myself up at 6am for a shower and met Roy and the others at reception. We headed through the outskirts of Eger to a lovely area of oak forest, just as the sun was rising through the trees. We had good views of Mistle thrush and Yellowhammer, then turned off the track down a steepish path, past a shooting hide. Roy kept hearing various woodpeckers and Hawfinch, but I seemed to miss them. We did see a Goshawk flying fast down the ...
... residents, with coots, possibly a gadwall, and Great and Pygmy cormorants. We headed back after this, arriving at the hotel at 4.30, time to catch up with my bird list and have a welcome g&t. I joined Peter and Dinah for an enjoyable supper of 'Wellness Salad" (mixed salad with feta) and pork tenderloin with potato grids, washed down with some local Pinot noir. Back to my room at 9pm and crashed ready for an early start in the ...
We have discovered that our trips onto small towns always seem more authentic than our trips to the big cities. While you HAVE to visit the sites in the major cities, and we do love them, there's just something so much more personal about heading into a smaller, non-touristy town (or at least where there aren't as many tourists). So today we traveled to Eger. It's about a 2 hour train ride northeast of Budapest. There's not a ton in the town, but it was ...
[L]Feeling a little less than at peace with Slovakia we headed further south to the Hungry Border. Our first stop in Hungry was the home of the Lipanzer horses Szilvasvarad. Visited the local horse stud and watched the stupid foals playing. Nothing like the smell of stables to brighten the spirits. PS still raining heavily, add a bit of thunder and lightening ...
As Keith mentioned yesterday, I had coffee this morning with Elza Kovacs, the woman from Debrecen, in eastern Hungary who visited me in West Lafayette for one month last summer. It was great to have a friend to meet and something to do on my own. Even better because I convinced Keith to take the boys and brave the weekly grocery shopping without me. We met at a local cafe, and Elza introduced me to the world of Hungarian cakes - apparently these ...