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... find in the US. And the stands selling shots of palinka on the street are sort of different too. Annyce, Kai and Emmett were still working their way back home from various activities around the city (Annyce went to see the live recitation of Sandor Petofi's 'National Song' that helped incite the 1848 revolution and got stuck in the crowd for the Prime Minister's speech.), so Sam and Blake had plenty of time to discover the stand of wooden ...
Squirt and I have just limped back into the hostel sporting lovely blisters. We've walked miles but had the most amazing day. The day started with hostel breakfast and a little research whilst we had wi-fi, then we set out for the Children's Railway as it looked a fairly fine morning. We passed a main railway station on the way to the Metro, so we went in to find a machine to get our tickets to Zagreb on Sunday. I had already bought these online at ...
It's probably quite terrible but the first thing that I noticed about Budapest is that the sidewalks are so very big. And while in reality they might not be that huge, in comparison to Athens, and most of Italy, where I felt like I was an inch from being hit by a car or at the very least bumped off into one, it was quite refreshing to be on sidewalks where at least four of me could walk side by side and there would still be room ...
... I felt a bit like Waldo (as in Where's Waldo) in the UK with my long purple aqua max insulated rain coat, especially in chic London, but the Hungarians seem to be more forgiving. I felt like Waldo at yoga class today as well, like those dreams you have where your the only one naked at work.... I hate those dreams & after eating every pastry in sight, the last thing I want to be is ...
... and the hostel worker was very kind to us. Since we only had one night in Kosovo, we made the most of it. We went out and explored the area. Kosovo is not a very high tourist place, so there wasnt very many touristy things to see, which was just fine. We enjoyed a nice dinner, and saw the Newborn sign which is one of the landmarks marking their birth as a new country. After dinner, we enjoyed some beers while swinging away in a love seat. Kosovo was short but sweet. Its a new ...