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With our successors learning the ropes alongside us we will have time for some adventures of our own before we return to the UK The main event will be Romania in August hopefully-as far as the Black Sea. In addition we have plans for some shorter but still interesting trips on the bike. First up is a 2 day stay in Cesky Krumlov. It is a four hour bike ride from us here in Austria and we leave after breakfast this coming ...
... town of Hallstatt on the other side of the lake, is NOT free. It only costs €2.50 each, one way, but I'd read in a few places that it was part of the train fare. As you can see from the photo, there was a lot of cloud and it was raining. But pretty awesome all the same!
Unfortunately, there was no Tourist Information near where the ferry docked. And the shops don't have awnings like in Australia. There were a lot of wet people milling ...
... Right now as I'm writing this, I'm listening to a band down the street practicing some very authentic-sounding Austrian music. Add some yodeling to that and I think my Austrian experience would be complete!
Overall, I've very much enjoyed Austria even though it hasn't been as adventurous as the other places we've been. I've found it refreshing to be staying in such a small town because it is very peaceful and ...
It is imperative to keep our fitness up whilst travelling so we hire mountain bikes that have been used in the Dacha rally then had addition of seats made to slice you in half. Lovely, we cycle and whinge our way around the lake being taken over by Great Grandparents in Lykra. The highlight is a FAB lunch served by the cutest looking Austrian in leather Lederhosens looking over the lake with elegant white swans. Life is perfect even if we can’t ...
... up. Plus there was this very deep cave in which you looked down, but you are standing on a ledge, with a proper barrier, straight down. It was like one of those children's stories. The cave was discovered in 1910 and it is growing depending on the rain and melted snow. We came out above the entrance and walked 1 km through the cave. After the walk down which was very fast, I spoke to a young PHD student from Iran who had just completed her studies in Vienna. I ...