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... speak the language. I can already tell that it is going to be extremely difficult to even begin to grasp this language. Czech is said to be one of the hardest languages in the world to learn and the Czech people are very proud of this. They are extremely grateful and entertained to hear people try (and fail) to use their language. After this lesson, however, I am now able to greet someone in Czech and have a basic 15 second conversation with them (how are you, what is your name, where ...
Sorry that this is coming thick and fast but we haven;t had much time to do the blog.
Went on a 2 hour river cruise with lunch included. Interesting to see the city from a different angle. The guide was an absolute mine of information on a wide range of subjects, including prostitution, the Mafia and paedophilia just to mention the juicy ones. Another person with vast knowledge of the history of his ...
... beer goulash. The goulash was very good, but all of the goulash I've tried so far has a very fatty meat in it, which im not super fond of. This goulash had been put into a homemade bread bowl and cooked for a while in the bowl. After dinner I was ready to crash, it had been such a long day lf biking, still not feeling better. I was so tired that I accidentally fell asleep at like 8:30 pm while I was talking to Jason. All in all a good day with a valuable lesson I can share with others ...
... 6" tall . We are managing and leave it to the next occupants to complain. For our last meal here in The Czech Republic we went round the corner and had Chinese, sounds funny but it is late and we have to pack and be ready to leave at 6 in the morning. All this blogging and photo streaming take a lot of time, Gerry is sleeping soundly and I am making lots of mistakes but I am tired. Off to KL ...
... in Buenos Aires changed me as a woman as well.I am not gulliable so every comment,invitation etc.I received,I took it with a pinch of salt yet deep inside I started to grow.Feel good about myself.Yeah.Ok.I am a woman.Whohooo.And I danced with such a passion I did not know I had. With some men (please do note it is my very subjective experience and what may be the best tango for me may not be the best for you)..ok.with some men it felt we were ...