If you missed out on our last post and want to properly understand the start of the next sentence, you can get up to date here.
Labia dried, we set off on the train for the small town of Keszthely before a short bus ride into the centre of our next destination, Hévíz.
Hévíz is a spa town which centres around it’s geothermal lake, in which groundwater that has been heated by the earths mantle, bubbles up to form a large pool of warm and mineral-rich water. Continue reading “Hévíz, Keszthely and The Fountain of Youth”
If you missed the details of our painful journey to get to Siófok, you can read all about it here.
Day 5 Cont’d (plus Days 6, 7 and 8 too)
If you’ve been following along up to this point, you’ll know that by now we had travelled all day, been on the same bus several times and were now ravenously hungry. We needed to get straight on to the task of tracking down some food. Continue reading “Siófok – Not as bad as it seemed”
If you missed our last post about our final days of exploring in Budapest, you can catch up here.
We got up early, gathered the rest of our possessions and headed off excitedly for Budapest-Deli Railway Station. It was time for us to make our first overland journey and head to Lake Balaton, the largest lake in Central Europe. Continue reading “Siófok – The town that everyone forgot”
See what we got up to on our first few days of travel here, otherwise read on…
We awoke on our second full day in Budapest, still slightly sore and tired from the day before. This was in no small part due to two factors: one, the paper thin walls that surround the rooms of our hostel and two, that they had chosen to house a walrus with sleep apnoea there alongside side us. Continue reading “Stop 1- Budapest – Part 2”
And so, our odyssey began with the first destination – Budapest, capital of Hungary and favoured location of British stag weekends since Blackpool got pricey. Continue reading “Stop 1 – Budapest – Part 1”