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... You can understand the reason for pilgrims slowly pacing up the hill with the sounds of the gentle wind, distant thunder and a few birds chirping. Nature draws you in, the churches reaching higher as if to physically try and touch heaven, a place to 'find God' or at least petition him for help. Venturing into a thunderstorm we dodge lightning bolts along a slippery, narrow road then bursting into the sunlight we head toward the magical castle at Bojnice. ...
... National Park areas in Slovakia, each one of which could be a holiday destination all on its own. Here is a brief guide to these Slovak National Parks:
Vel'ka Fatra National Park
This area of the greater Fatra, which belong to the outer Western Carpathian ...
The weather was meant to be the same as yesterday cloudy but with clear breaks. so looking out the window on a glories day I decide to make a break for it, as I am packing my kit away it starts to snow but its light and only last for 10 minutes. so as I set of its just over cast but this didn't last long I was soon in the thick of it with the wind and the snow, but I knew it wasn't far to go before I was out of the other side of the mountains. the ...
... just so happens it was Tesco's and even the cashier asked me if I had my club card as I replied to him I didn't think I would need it this far.
That evening I pop down stairs for a local meal mutton and dumplings (they like there dumplings). The food was ok, as I plan to try and eat local when ever I ...
... the people waiting to catch a train (they are bewildered by the fact that I am jogging, not the fact that I am crossing the tracks), down past the ice-cream store, the potraviny, and the church, and back home.
I do notice certain things during my explorations. For example, the demographics are somewhat interesting. There don't seem to be many people of our age (mid-30s). Instead, the village seems to consist of a lot of "tetas" (aunties); that is, middle-aged women ...