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... already a decent change from cities and trains... ...but don't compare to the reward for a two-hour trek: two lakes, separated by a steep and icy 50m bank, are set amid the snow-dusted mountains. The ice has melted in Morskie Oko but higher up at Czary Staw a thin layer still remains. It is a spectacular place. You are spared my woeful attempts at trying to fit any ...
... time! I have to say it really upsets me to see such excess.
The heater in the back of the van was used overnight. (It runs off the main diesel tank and blows warm air into the vehicle.) In the early hours the temperature dropped to below zero and there was a thick frost. We switched on the heater and it very quickly warmed the interior to a reasonable 15°C. The best thing is that it was only turned up to about 25% of its capacity.
... 14th century as a Hungarian border stronghold, it was Hungarian owned until after WWII. Czorsztyn Castle across the lake was the Polish equivalent.
Having managed one hill, I opted for the river route. We followed the Dunajec downstream on the western bank and soon crossed into Slovakia. What a pleasure to simply cross an international border!
We just love wandering through the local villages and ...
... has been upgraded and the views from the sweeping corners were spectacular with the snow covered Tatra Mountains forming a delicately etched
backdrop to the rolling hills and meadows. The mixture of spring colours was picture perfect. Some fields were speckled with bright yellow flowers. Trees with snowy white or pink blossoms looked as if they had been splotched onto the canvas. Many farmers were out tilling
... reference to the shape of the hole our legs made in the snow.
The trail sign when we left the ridge indicated the lake was 30 minutes away. After 30 minutes, however, we had descended over 400 feet and came out of the forest onto a bluff overlooking the valley below with no lake in sight. We talked with Katka about our situation, and where the elusive lake might be. We guessed with her that it was down below us, hidden by a hillside that masked a steep ...