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... respectful of the other people in the room and luckily its just girls and no snorey lads! I was really shocked when I woke up at 8am this morning that no one was up yet! These are more our kind of people! Back to sleep I went!
When we eventually got up we strolled over to the beautiful Old Town Square where we stood amongst hoards of tourists all trying to photograph Prague's astronomical clock.
There was also a traditional Czech ...
... NZ. This photo does not show the size of the sample we had about 70ml. 5 - 7 sips not 2 we are used too.
Castle Melnik Cellar - The wine tasting, with bread and cheese and luckily a large tip out bucket!
Bit of beef anyone - The chiller where the chefs would come and either get a pack of the aged vacuum packed meat or cut off a fresh bit. You passed the chiller on your way to the toilets.
The Menu at Cestr - The menu gives a description of where all the different cuts of ...
... that you claim to follow? Persons who follow such a path are destined to be betrayed by others who feel that betrayal is justified (subjective) and no peace can come of this. Without a sound comfort and unwavering belief in ones own truth, such betrayals will break a person, and with them what they knew, leaving only a half person crippled by the disparity between their truth and a forced reality. To find absolute truth requires an open mind, ...
... paintings, lighting and detail of interest, along with similar, haunting stares of focus character in some paintings. Back to B’s to pack before catching bus to South Bohemia, 2 hour trip in darkness. Arrived in Tyn nad Vlatavou, picked up by B’s sister and taken to family home in nearby village, fried trout for dinner, singalong of Czech songs with B’s dad on guitar. Attempt to play didge unsuccessful, guitar until late.
Saturday 16th: ...
... tea and waited for them to come home. Once we were reunited and everyone had showered, we left the hostel to find something for dinner. Somehow Natan led us back to the main square, and we chose a restaurant where we could watch the buskers and all the people walking around. I managed about half of my meal - progress! On the way home I bought some postcards and stamps (which cost 5 times more than the actual postcards), then we sat around in ...