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... for me. A quick visit to the post office for stamps, then out on the plains again where we had great views of a Great Grey Shrike and a very distant view of Imperial Eagle. Peter and Dinah were due to leave, but we had time for a stop overlooking the Tisza river, where a flock of Long-tailed tits included one of the eastern white headed forms - very cute! On to the service station which was the regular rendezvous for meeting and saying ...
... Long-eared owls. Back out on the plain we were lucky enough to pick out a Rough-legged buzzard. Shortly after, we were passing through the next village and spotted an eagle, my very first White-tailed Eagle! We stopped for lunch at a service station for sandwiches and cold drinks, then drove on to a causeway over Lake Tisza, stopping at the side of the road while trucks thundered past. A large flock of Greylag geese were ...
... the "Hungarian Alamo" for a pair of sieges here during the Ottoman Invasions. The first siege is particularly noteworthy as 2-3,000 troops held off an army of 35-40,000 for 39 days, inflicting heavy casualties on the attackers. They also lost about 1/3 of their own number. The second time around, the Ottomans came prepared for a long siege, eventually defeating the troops there. The weather the last few days, and today in particular, has been ...
[L]Feeling a little less than at peace with Slovakia we headed further south to the Hungry Border. Our first stop in Hungry was the home of the Lipanzer horses Szilvasvarad. Visited the local horse stud and watched the stupid foals playing. Nothing like the smell of stables to brighten the spirits. PS still raining heavily, add a bit of thunder and lightening ...
Thank you Slovakia for the jagged mountains, friendly folk and bowls of hearty goulash, 'dakujem'. Passing the once communist outpost, we climb the barb wire fence as bullets flying past our heads, and we burst into Hungary! Farmland as far as the eye can see, we zoom along the highway toward Budapest, our first destination Eger. Storms along the horizon, the humidity level rises. The trickles of raindrops ...