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We have made it to the furthest point East that we are heading on this trip, Budapest – we had to have a little drive through the City to get to our Campsite – Camping Haller, this is mainly because its an almost city centre campsite, although you probably wouldn't believe it when on the site. There are Tram Stops just outside, underground within a few minutes walk and the city centre can be reached within the hour walking....We ...
... a little bit of yogurt. Then I took out my kindle and read for the next hour and a half. I made it through a pretty good part of Augustine’s Confessions, as well as starting a Dystopian young adult book called The Testing. It’s really similar in concept to The Hunger Games, but it was a fast read and free from the library!
For future travelers, none of the trains from Budapest to Bratislava end up in Bratislava (and most of them ...
... most of the city last night while we were lost looking for the hostel.
Once we did, we explored around the old-town of Mostar, which surrounded their main attraction, the Stari Moste Bridge. It seemed like we were the only young people walking around the town, as there was hundreds of old people of day tours (from Dubrovnik we assumed).
For lunch I enjoyed a traditional Bosnian meat platter, containing cevapici's and other meats.
We then walked around ...
... the McDonalds with the directions from the Viking representative, so we asked someone how to get there. We found McDonalds, but it was the wrong one. Jammed over to the right McDonalds just a few minutes before our tour was to start. Private tour, just the two of us. We saw a lot of the city, from the Jewish quarter, where the second largest synagogue is, to the Opera House, St Stephen's church, Franz Lizst ...
... see. I found all sorts of beautiful old buildings, castles, water ponds, lots of statues, and a heap of museums, which I must go back to. They were all closed up by the time I got there.
Now I have found myself a cute cafe that as WiFi. It's not far from we're Helen is. I think I'm going to have to try all the restaurants along this stripe. They all look so good.
Until next time. Have a good 1:)