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... something they put int the water to help with your pores), trying them all out and thoroughly cleansing ourselves. At these baths you can also get massages and the whole spa treatment but we opted not to do those! After having lunch by the outdoor baths we headed back to the hostel and onto our train to Zagreb, Croatia. Hungary is a beautiful country, especially its countryside, so this is a country I must revisit at some point in my life, see y'all on the beach in ...
... to divide by. I didn’t have any of the local currency yet, so I couldn’t get any extra food either.
Finally made it to the hostel, which was good. The lady at the reception told me to come in and put my bags down and relax for a bit. I sent the hostel an email the night before telling them I wouldn’t be able to make it. I asked her if I could pay for my previous night’s ‘not’ stay, and she said not to worry about ...
... to the Jewish Quarter for dinner. We stumbled upon a little place called Spinoza which serves Hungarian dishes with a Jewish twist. It was nice to have a change from German restaurants, not necessarily the food but the service. In Germany you need to know what you want to drink as soon as you sit down, strange custom to me. Here it's more like England you get time to relax and actually think about what you want without panic ordering! The food ...
... banging sounds coming from the transmission, much to my increasing concern. Luckily the landscape was good enough to soothe my worries, a landscape to which we were soon well accustomed due to having to stop to let the van cool down every 5 miles. After weaving through the mountains we eventually came to a halt at the bottom of a valley in a small Alpine town called Vordenberg. Here we found a Stellplatz where we could use electric ...
... we had to run to the bus station, to catch the last bus back to Sarajevo. By the time we got back, it was late, so we grabbed some food and watched the euro basket back in our room before crashing.
Things of Note:
- We have been warned by a few people that this country has the higher corruption in the world. Especially in the two police forces, go are constantly at each others throats.
- Not to be outdone, Cam and I have anointed Bosnia the emphasymia capital of ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed