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... did I think there was going to be a toilet seat! And did I tell you how much I HATE not being able to flush toilet paper! Yes thats right in Greece you have to put your toilet paper in the bin provided- GROSS!!!
Alright so were pushing our way till we find the place to check in and no one is there! AWESOME! We run up talk to the girl who basically scolds us the whole time you can NOT stay for over 90 days... umm ok were leaving on ...
... we have our entire luggage with us. According to the guide books it is possible to leave your luggage at the station, but that was a no go, so we had to take everything with. Just to explain we really travel very lightly. I carry a camera bag with my personal toiletries, my diary and the rain jackets while Kevin has one small suitcase (small enough to be hand luggage on a plain) with little wheels. Normally when ...
... a large square that is a beautiful market by day and a wild club scene by night. That night started out like any other and ended up a disaster when my wallet was stolen from my purse in a crowded club La Mansion while waiting in line for coat check. Learned it the hard way despite many warnings it is true letting your guard down even for a second is an expensive lesson.
With my the worst nightmare behind me it was off to Hungary in a hot pink Wizair ...
... world: Lives, New Zealand
Currently: on a 15 month backpacking excursion across all of eastern Europe and most of Africa.
Fun Fact: Lived in Tunisia for 5 months and had her expensive things stolen by her "friend"
Things I learned in Budapest:
- It's pronounced Buda-pesht
- American fast food is everywhere except Florence (B-pest has subway, pizza hut, burger king, everything but taco bell :[ )
- I am immature
... may have to save it for the next trip.
Passing the Roman ruins by, I drove along the Danube river to the medieval ruins of Visegrád. Perched on a hill overlooking the Danube, there was a castle that had been demolished and reconstructed several times throughout it's history. Today, much of what was standing looked as if it had been stuck on recently with a view to creating a tourist attraction. There were great views of the river, though.