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... I didn’t go for that even when offered it in a restaurant.
The hostess and her grand -daughters served the meal. Afterwards the eldest girl (probably about 12-13 years old) took us on a ‘tour’ of the farm. She spoke quite good German having learnt it at school. She was hesitant in English as she has only 1hour/week for a year or two.
The property is evidently a fairly typical example of the ...
... On reflection though we realised that at a similar age, we were learning to drive cars. We wondered about this fellow's ambitions.
The other exceptionally good news is that Dave, after several aborted attempts and hours of frustration, managed to load the Garmin maps. He eventually got up at 3.30 am when no one else in camp was on line. There’s a modum in an attic here where the reception is best. Apart from nearly freezing in the ...
... van and tried one of the snacks at the food stall. Baked in foil over hot coals the woman described it as a baguette. Sounds good but it tasted terrible! Very yeasty, sour and crumbly and eaten with a fork, and it came with yoghurt. Seemed to be popular with everybody else.
Once the road was open we carried on but by now the weather had closed in, and it was really ...
realised we were not going to make the campsite we had intended on getting to.
So at a very old and ****** camping sign we turned off the road into an orchard
that looked like it was a camping place some 10 years ago. Pulled up and
quickly had dinner with the intent of erecting the tent when it got dark.
Well apparently we had been spotted and before long the
owner appeared and in sign language indicated that if we were going to sleep
here it was okay. ...
... for us, our pleas for help were answered by Gandalf the Grey, and he magically appeared in front of us, arriving direct from the Cajdzinica Dzirlo tea house in Sarajevo, carrying a tray of biscuits and refreshing tea for us. "Go to the Enchanted Forest, where my friend Sorin the Sorcerer can reverse the curse, by filling your bellies with delicious stuffed cabbage rolls accented with rich sour cream, ...