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... on and helped Teresa. He was even shoveling poo!! He also drank fresh cows milk straight from the udder! He said he wants to be a farmer now :) Due to Mats special request, we had Weinerschnitzel for dinner! After dinner we helped Teresa mould the butter ready to be sold. So much fun! We learnt what happens to the milk once it's collected. 1) it gets separated into cream and milk. 2) the milk sits for a few days to go ...
We made our final pass over the Passo Falzarego, through Cortina and into Austria. The hills are alive!! ;) It was a little tricky to find Orgenhias Alm, a little dairy Alm where Mats friend Teresa has been working as a milk maid for three months. We went ...
... was over
As I think I have said we are spoilt here, there is no need to go far and wide to find fine roads, they are right on our doorstep. But fine roads were not what we expected in Romania -we were not disappointed in that respect - the roads vary from OK to downright dangerous especially on a bike.
To say we enjoyed the holiday is a vast understatement. It was in so many ways a truly wonderful experience. It is difficult to pick ...
... survive? I Guess you will just have to follow this blog to find out!
We set off early tomorrow for our first overnight stop in Hungary. The weather today is awful but the forecast for Thursday is much better. We don't expect to have 15 days on the bike without having to wear our wet gear. It would be nice,however, not to have to set off in the rain.
... shrug - that is my sign of… “I don’t speak your language” I think it was a bit more urgent considering she was all naked and everything. She smiled and headed off to some room to the left.
I quickly scanned the area. Behind and beside me were lockers with robes and swimsuits hanging on them. A lot of swimsuits and a lot of robes…which meant a lot of naked people in this place!
Just in front of me were two steps leading up to ...