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... the 1000 Forint note. $1 = 214 Forint.
Annette had a veal goulash with spagel and I settled for a sausage and veg dish. Both very nice. After having a little glance at the desert menu, we each selected the Hungarian sponge cake with chocolate custard and choc hazelnut sauce. There were four little balls covered in the sauce. Very nice and light - we didn't take a camera or a phone so missed out on getting a photo.
Now back in our room and ready for bed.
... know that one! ('May the road rise to meet you, may the wind be at your back, the rain fall soft upon your fields the sun shine warm upon your face.') She was very surprised. After the prayer, the teacher led us through some of the patterns - it is a lot of walking in time, with various counts. It is supposed to help focus the children's minds. At one point we had to walk with a partner, with the inner person taking two steps for every one step the outer ...
... if only a little. Back at the hostel we met up with Tobi again and made plans to hang out. The third best pub in the world is said to be in Budapest and we wanted to check it out. It's called Szimpla Kert, it's one of the city's famous ruin bars and it was pretty cool. We met one of Tobi's mates there, a fighter jet pilot named Majid. We also made friends with a couple of German chicks named Nora and Judith and the five of us kicked it together all night. Majid took us to ...
Today we decided to both treat ourselves- Jim went to the Rudas baths on the Buda side (men only during the week, you can guess why). I dropped him off and paid for his entry in Hungarian (the lady at the payment desk wanted to be sure it was just him going in). After giving him return instructions several times and making him repeat it back to be sure he got it, I went back to Pest to do some shopping. ...
... option – even with the big burly security men on the door. Enter through a maze of doorways and plastic curtains, and you’re in a rabbit warren of rooms and bars and quirky artefacts. Want to sit in half a bath? This is the place to do it (although it didn’t look like the comfiest of seating options). Want a shisha water pipe with a range of fruity flavours? Yep, this is the place. Want to buy a carrot? Um, yes, this is also an option ...