Travel Blogs from Balatonalmadi
On the way to AIESEC Veszprém
For this part my journey Zorka is my host! I stay at her place, eat and have some really nice conversations with her family.
Zora shows me both their home and their job in AIESEC. As a local committee president, she is responsible for every ...
... have a chance to introduce myself.
A three-hour journey without knowing how to get there, where I'm going to sleep or even to know a person... Sounds like a plan! I love the spirit!
After all I meet Zora halfway to the Székesfehérvár railway station. Her smile is contagious!
The first thing she says to me is that she has actually ...
... and stories. According to the story, there was a princess with golden-haired goats, but she was too proud and hard of heart and was punished (cursed by the king of the lake): her goats were lost in Balaton, only their nails remained, and she was obliged to answer to every passers-by. A stone, remembering the Shouting Girl, is still to be seen near the ...
... little place from a fairy tale – Tihany.
Sent home: ‘Amazing! In the middle of the country they have a huge lake they call Hungarian ocean! People are nice and cold, what a mixture! With Love, Love, Love from Balaton! Ula’
For more about Balaton Lake please check here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balatonf%C 3%BCred
... will all be replaced when we get home but for now this fix should be good for the rest of the trip.
Gabor will take no money for the job. He can't speak our language, he's obviously got a stack of jobs to get on with in the busy service centre, but he helps out two English guys on tour from the goodness of his heart. BMW service at its best. Big thank you Gabor.