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Travel Blogs from Heviz
... walking upto the lookout before we eat at 8, do I want to come? There then follows an entertaining evening where we also get to know the guys who run the place. I go to bed at 1 and leave the others to it.
Next morning Tom and I hire bikes and cycle about 50km to a 13th century castle, past lakeside villages and after lunch, back by way of the roman road that serves as a wine road. There is also plenty ...
... of Heviz Lake; the world’s biggest biologically active natural medicinal lake and the second largest thermal lake in the world. A couple of days enjoying the sun in lake country is just what we needed.
Of course we couldn't stay in Heviz without first having a visit to the medicinal lake. We woke up the next morning with hopes of clear skies and eager for our weekday visit to the lake. Unfortunately we ...
... to the birthday party upon arrival at the lake last Saturday, and despite the fact that most of the activities were in Hungarian we still had fun. We thought we had a fighting chance at charades, but even that is played differently. Nevertheless, I managed to guess "butter" and Zack got "gypsey" so on some level we were able to participate. The party was for a friend turning 30, so we winery hopped played different games at each stop along the way. No bouncy castles ...
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almost. Never quite got around to it. We did give the guys haircuts tho.
Kinda a slow process with Swiss army knife scissors. But results were
Swam at the lake again. There was an awesome peddle boat mashed up
with a water slide. Just such a chill atmosphere, really glad I came
here. After cities and big towns it was great to happen upon a gem like Revfulop where there was ...
... the trees. One German group of boys kept unclipping each other and cursing at each other in German. Don't even ask why I understood them.
When we were finished Alex came running towards me and Dad and didn't see the big thick metal wire in front of him. He got clothes-lined bad. The wire hit him square on the jaw and knocked him on to the ground. Ouch.
Then we checked into our hotel, went to the market and had dinner. ...