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... on and helped Teresa. He was even shoveling poo!! He also drank fresh cows milk straight from the udder! He said he wants to be a farmer now :) Due to Mats special request, we had Weinerschnitzel for dinner! After dinner we helped Teresa mould the butter ready to be sold. So much fun! We learnt what happens to the milk once it's collected. 1) it gets separated into cream and milk. 2) the milk sits for a few days to go ...
We made our final pass over the Passo Falzarego, through Cortina and into Austria. The hills are alive!! ;) It was a little tricky to find Orgenhias Alm, a little dairy Alm where Mats friend Teresa has been working as a milk maid for three months. We went ...
... is that they a very civilised places. Lively, with cafes and bars everywhere, safe feeling. Not once did we get even a hint of the aggression that is all to apparent in many British cities. People seem to have time for each other, the Romanians are hard workers but know how to relax. The cites were also remarkably clean, sadly the same can not be said of the countryside. There are two things about the UK that must make Romanians feel at home. The awful state of ...
... up that we made our way through at a dwindling pace. With our feet screaming we made our way back into the old town and sat in a square and ordered some drinks. We people watched and listened to buskers plying their trade. Was truly relaxing and refreshing. But, with the sound of thunder rolling in the distance, we decided to make tracks to the car and back to our guest house for the night. Given we had a late lunch, we decided to skip dinner and hit the pillow. ...
... hour away, we can try to come back and try again. On the descent, the rain started lightly to begin with. Some crazy cyclists were descending faster than cars and motor bikes could hope to achieve. By the time we hit the base, it was pouring down with rain. 10 minutes later the setting sun had made its final appearance for the night. Wefern was only an hours drive, this will be a base for the next two nights. Late dinner, 9pm, was enjoyed at the hotels restaurant, schnitzels and beer all ...