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... time we were on it. I enjoyed seeing the non-touristy parts of town and how "real" Czech people lived in the countryside. Some were of the areas were clearly built in the Soviet era, but had been painted in bright colors to make them fun and unusual- the standard Czech "anti-soviet" rebellion.
The driver was really nice and told us just where to get off and pointed us in the right direction, even though he didn't speak any English.
... down into the moat). Did
I mention the whole tour was in Czech? We had little recorded devices
in English, but we absolutely missed something since our little
recording ended and the guide was STILL talking, long after we were
done. Luckily we found a book in English that will hopefully clear up
anything we missed!
We were hopeful for the next castle, but
upon arrival we found out that it was an even longer and steeper walk. The guide offered us the ...
... starter motor wasn't engaging properly - I was on a hill so I had the option of a roll start... but then I noticed that the neutral light wasn't on - I put the bike back into neutral, hit the starter, and the bike immediately roared to life. Even though it wasn't particularly hot, the short ride to Prague was then performed in a small pool of sweat inside my jacket. At some point my phone indicated that we had just five minutes until ...
... this goes.
This blog focuses on some of the local traditions which have come to light in the past week, some of which I didn't know about.
Today is May 3rd, and two days ago was the widely celebrated May Day, celebrated as "Worker's Day" in many eastern European countries, the opening day of Summer (although it isn't) and this means in the Czech Republic another excuse for a holiday. I say, 'another excuse for a ...
... days?) or the more common theme of verbosity and the need for people to take a few days off to allow time to read what I had written. There is no one right answer I feel, and thus I am preparing to compromise by necessity that degree of intimacy that emails to friends allows, remove some of the in-house jokes that only good friends understand, and tidy up the language a bit ... and do so on the basis that the travel blog such as this one here on Travelpod ...