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... occurs while the Todd and I look on. Mikal cuts the line and bursts out laughing.
"She want know how much drunk I am, I told her not too much!"
Good work Mikal.
We played pool and drank for a bloody long time in the end.
In the morning the Todd was gone but had left his card on my camper door with his email addy written on in biro, I'll certainly keep in touch.
I gave War-Beard a substantial tip to help cover the cost of the ...
... for $23 aud. Yup, the better priced food had arrived! We took the leftovers home for breakky (don was thrilled!) got some milk, chocolate, yoghurt and some muesli bars for another low price and headed home. Cup of tea before bed and we were chuffed. Our first morning in Prague was great, Don ate his Pizza, I had a tea and we got some more bookings for the trip done. Then it was time to brave the heat and get outdoors. We got the tram to another station and jumped off to catch ...
... the old town tower, which gave us the most amazing views over the city. Prague is full of tourists which means it's only going to get worse the next 2 months, seeing and doing things are becoming mini battles and take so long! We went for a traditional sausage for lunch, perfect on a cold day! Then we wandered around the told town square, we went into st Nicolas church, it has an amazing chandler in the middle! Then we went into a little market, full of souvenirs. ...
... that is, other than members of the Communist Party who were busily helping themselves to the best quality properties they could get their hands on, in the best areas and you can be assured that sure as hell wasn't apartment living in the 'burbs.
So, the demise of the trusty Soviet panelak has long been rumoured but the reality is three million of the Czech Republic's ten million people live in them, and the truth is, they were for many a vast ...
... Republic in 2006.
After being dropped off in Zug I was treated to a lovely traditional Swiss meal by Hans and Dagmar. We had meat fondue, where you cook your pieces of beef or lamb in boiling hot oil on the end of a skewer and you eat it with all kinds of amazing dipping sauces and salads. It was super-yummy, and we sat outside on their balcony overlooking the mountains (which we couldn’t see the tops of due to continuously cloudy weather) ...