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... the set and props. Well, of course, a few words translated - STELL LAAAA! Ha! I was filled up by the beauty of it.
I was ready to return to our tiny little village of Kanjiza by the time my three days were up. The city seemed a little more busy and hectic than usual and I longed for the quiet. That said, I
will always have a soft spot for Budapest and I am certain I will return.
Ciao for now, Budapest.
... of people in traditional costume, brass bands etc so that was probably why all the hotels were full!
I had another lonely dinner which was sweetened by the fact I could watch the Olympics whilst eating, and then I went to bed hoping that the next day I would make it out of Hungary!
And thankfully I did…just about, after a 10 hour marathon journey, which was not trouble free! Oh how I love the Hungarian train system! ;)
... glad to see them as they always know exactly where everything is, have some English and are more than willing to warn you of anything you should know!!
We found our pitch and discovered by mid way through the night that it was set up opposite the camp disco, quite getting used to this going off to sleep listening to doof doof music!! First thing we did the next day was to go and get the kids club agenda and work out how many activities we could cram in ...
... I did walk through their "old town" and grab a few pictures of west-facing buildings. Their "old town" wasn't very old, but it did have a few good 19th century buildings, and a nice, wide, pedestrian square for strolling.
I managed to duck into a couple of churches as they were getting ready to shut their doors and found they were unusually plain. The interior walls of both churches were entirely white. What little decoration there was consisted of understated wood-work ...
... only to end up hurrying for a bus taking us to Bugac. From Bugac we were planning on exploring the puszta a little. The bus driver kindly signalled us where to get off the bus and two more people (a German couple studying abroad in Budapest) got off with us, so we set off together to search for the horse farm. We knew that here, in the middle of nowhere, there was a horse riding show, scheduled to start about 30 min after we had arrived. ...