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... so of to the Yamaha shop (as well as KTM, Kawasaki and Suzuki). Was directed to the owner as he spoke good English, he was also dealing with another customer and went to the BMW shop. came back 5 minutes later and said he will have a look in the Yamaha service centre. after another 5 minutes he came back empty handed and we had a quick chat about what I was doing.
I carried on riding to Zvolen , after several attempts to try and find some where ...
... the minority and usually students. It didn't help that we couldn't speak or even decipher the cyrillic characters of their language.
We enjoyed our evening out in the "city." Although it was only one day, we discovered a charm to Slovakia with its sleepy villages and deserted highways. Hopefully, we get a chance to visit again and hike through some of the highly touted trails before the country becomes just another tourist destination.
The road through the Low Tatras restores our faith somewhat. Indeed this area is more beautiful than up high, with rolling hills, small passes and small farms between the villages. The sun is out now and we cheer up no end.
We bypass the busy town of Banska Bystrica on a fast road and are soon climbing high into the ...
... They played with Timo, their 3 yr old and Veronika showed them her horse training and let them freely walk among the horse - under her watchful eye. (I also got to wander among them while watching the kids and was fast reminded that horses are very big when you are standing next to them).
Jan had made a seesaw and foreseeing the various weights of the children and adults using the seesaw he had cleverly made it so that the beam can slide along the fulcrum point... ...
... with us up at 7.30 and getting cars and selves ready for the procession. We rolled out of the car park at 8.30am and in excess of 150 Fiat 126s (plus a few other Fiats) travelled under Police escort into another nearby town, where we congregated in the town square for a couple of hours, talking to other owners and watching Lina get interviewed by Slovakian TV.
That was followed by an incredible convoy across ...