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... a surprise at Bosnia border, we were fine to enter but poor skippy needed a green card. Having our passports confiscated we were allowed in and directed to a shop that eventually got it sorted although with no English. We started our drive to Sarajevo the capital, so many buildings here unfinished and abandoned, that's not even counting the crumbling ones with evidence ...
... only the 3.15 train so I had to wait an hour
Pecs was certainly worth a visit and day trip but I was exhausted from the 3 hour ride going and 4 hour return waiting an hour for the train ride back.
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... I didn't get to know them very long since were constantly moving around, I was so surprised how close I became to them in the short time I was in Southern Hungary. They were some of the most intelligent, humble, yet wild people I knew. At first when we all met we were all a little shy and we all thought it, "This town is SO small, what do these people do for fun without our type of entertainment, or **** that we're used to?" But as distant we were on our ...
... these people at least had a gorgeous landscape to live on.
From the village we continued to Sikl˛s where we saw the castle of Hungary's favorable king, King Steven. Enik÷, our friend from the university who came with us since it was her hometown, showed us the ballroom that her parents got married in at the castle. She was so casual about it, but the rest of us couldn't believe her parents married in such ...
I thought it would be a good idea to quickly add on the side why I chose to title my blog Findeuphoria.
adj. A strong pleasant feeling of well-being or happiness; it is often acquired by the attainment of a desired goal, or other incident of accomplishment, but may accompany a pathological manic state.
Standard English Dictionary ...
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