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... already a decent change from cities and trains... ...but don't compare to the reward for a two-hour trek: two lakes, separated by a steep and icy 50m bank, are set amid the snow-dusted mountains. The ice has melted in Morskie Oko but higher up at Czary Staw a thin layer still remains. It is a spectacular place. You are spared my woeful attempts at trying to fit any ...
... time! I have to say it really upsets me to see such excess.
The heater in the back of the van was used overnight. (It runs off the main diesel tank and blows warm air into the vehicle.) In the early hours the temperature dropped to below zero and there was a thick frost. We switched on the heater and it very quickly warmed the interior to a reasonable 15°C. The best thing is that it was only turned up to about 25% of its capacity.
... a while each time we set up camp.
Domestic chores out of the way we headed off on our bicycles. Horror! After 6 years in the relatively flat north Poland, we discover Hills! I feel like a kid who’s just had the fairy wheels removed, as I make friends with my new Big Bike. It’s got 28” wheels and I feel it’s very big after the chunky mountain bike. (I was so sad to see that go to its new owner. There ...
... chorus all around is a bonus! After the recent weeks of preparation and farewells we’ve enjoyed the day setting up all the new toys. Who would think a washing machine or a kitchen unit was exciting?
So as the sun dips it’s time for a walk along Lake Czorsztyn and then a braai = barbecue on the river’s edge. Just wish some of you could be with us!
We said “farewell” to Katka excited about the culture connections that look likely in Ždiar! We then piled back into our rental car to return to the south side of the valley and the chairlift. Once there, we cast around briefly looking for a way to connect to the farm track, and get back up to the ridge line. Our plan was to use the chairlift to take us to the same starting point we’d used for the morning snow-drift hike with ...