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... hike up a volcano or swim in one of the mining areas that has become a lake.
To see the most dramatic scenery in the country you will have to head north towards the Polish border. Here the High Tatras tower craggily into the sky. They can be seen from space. Up close, their grandeur and majesty is ...
... 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. ...
... This national park is indeed a paradise for hikers and nature lovers, with over 300km of trails, some with with bridges and chains to help navigate the rugged terrain. Here you can also visit the Dobsinska Ice Cave, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Tatra National Park
After looking at the weather forecast last night and this morning I knew I wasn't going far. It was saying it was going to be cloudy with more snow that evening. It wasn't cloudy all day and there was a lot of clear skies and the views where fantastic, so in the afternoon I went to to local town to ...
... 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 ...