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... while. This pond was English breakfast tea coloured and I felt just like a tea bag floating around. Darren was not in too long before heading to the colder pond. Had his hot pond face on, which is much like his hot bus face.
The next day we went to the AquaPark next door and dam what
a crazy place. I can explain it all here just google Hajduboszormeny and have a
... things just don't change wherever you travel.
I'm off to Bratislava tomorrow. My route will take me back through Budapest, which I'll be visiting again in a couple of weeks. The travel map on this blog is going to look like a maze by the time I get through with this.
PS - I should mention there is a large TV in my room. Another reason to stay in and take advantage. I insist on getting my money's ...
... smelled like a cesspit. Of course, I insisted on continuing to walk around the nearby tourist spots and then all the way back to the train station. I was twice as bad by the time I got back.
To cap it all off, when I got on the train and opened the large bottle of water I purchased, I heard that dreaded hiss that signifies that yes, you bought sparkling water by mistake. Ugh.
Regardless, I'm now in Debrecen, ...
... Hungarian plains .
Later Ildiko showed us some 'rescued’ wild animals native to the area. We had dinner and lots of chatting at the one and only Hortobagy pub/restaurant.
Sunday 7th: Met Ildiko at the lovely Youth Hostel where she is staying while she works ...
... on the other side of Debrecen as we approach the Romanian border. We cross into Romania without incident, although we're stopped by a policeman who checks our passports. Hilli comes out in a cold sweat. We try to buy a road vignette, but unlike in Austria and Switzerland, are assured with a smile that bikers don't need them. The clouds get lower and lower, black on both sides of the road now. We drive through pretty countryside with a lot of quite dilapidated villages and ...