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... 90 minutes and took one waaaaay out into the rural area south of Kracow. No one speaks English, there are no shops, there is nothing but houses and farms and the like.
So this is not the time for a **** up.
A gem of useful information bubbles to the top of my mind: the campground is at the highest point in the area - the Todd told me this earlier.
Soon the bus climbs a massive hill and things are looking likely. We go around a corner and after ...
It was a pretty uneventful bus trip to Prague today. When we arrived we went straight into a walking tour and stared by walking across the Charles Bridge. The bridge is huge, completely pedestrianised and has statues spaced the whole way along. There were market stalls, street artists and bands playing music the whole way along, it was very cool. On the other side of ...
... enter the easternmost Swiss Alps, that area where the borders of Switzerland, Austria and Italy are joined together like a badly fragmented jigsaw puzzle. My journey took in valley after valley of glorious Swizz countryside, the stupendous and utterly intimidating Stelvio Pass, relaxing lunches with fellow motorcyclists in clean, fresh mountain air, and in turn further wonderful experiences in Neuschwanstein, Rothenburg o.d.T, Prague and Berlin.
The day of ...
... before finally ending up at the Lobkowicz Palace for lunch. Lunch was excellent and very reasonably priced for where we ate.
... the planet since the time when record-keeping started, with data on who is related to whom and where each animal is born, if it is transferred to another facility, and when/where it eventually dies. For example, the cheetah Studbook is based at the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia, and is updated continuously by eager CCF volunteers (these volunteers quickly lose a degree of enthusiasm when they discover what a tedious task it is to keep the records ...