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... as he liked trekking.
Mary...Scary Mary...she would have to be a two-bagger in the sack just in case the first one broke.
Lea and George were probably common law but had separate rooms.
Lea...U/K as I never got her name early on.
Penny...The Brick Shithouse for her size but the most interesting one to talk to.
Sue...Stern Sue for her general uncertain demeanour.
Janice...Catwoman for her love of felines.
... mature interesting people who like to travel. Beers are had, food is cooked, and friends are made. It's not all about the hostel, that's not where you spend the majority of your time. I've met a lot of people out and about in the cities as well. But after 6 weeks on the road, I know it's vital to have a clean quiet place to go back to where I know the showers are hot and will likely have a common area to have a beer with someone interesting. I can also say that after 6 weeks ...
... did a lot. It was so bad that every time he put his arm up we had to hold or breath or put our blankets over our nose to mask the smell. I even took out my perfume severl times, sprayed behind his seat and gave the girls and myslef perfume to dab under our noses (see below). Six hours later we made it to Sofia, Bulgaria and were so thankful for the fresh(ish) air. We had no idea where our hotel was that we had booked and had not mapped it since we didn't know where our bus ...
... 8216;walk-ins’ but C’est la vie!) so we continued our touring.
To our surprise when we checked out we were only charged what our original reservation was and we were on our $100 - 15 minute taxi ride to the airport at again 5:30 am! We needed to get out of Paris OR find more “free cash machines”!
We had arranged for a long layover in Vienna on our way to Sofia, ...
With the objective of catching a bus to leave VT, I made my way several miles west of town to a spot that Google labeled the central bus station. Unfortunately, Google was again mistaken: it ended up being the location of the former central bus station—currently, a bus graveyard. I walked around a bit before I found someone who gave me crystal clear directions to the correct bus station.
The actual station was much closer to my hostel than this bus ...