Bypassing main roads by traversing the Slovakian countryside
That's an order I could follow.
Central square in a Hungarian village
Lunching at the Esztergom Basilica in Esztergom, Hungary
View from behind the Esztergom Basilica in Esztergom, Hungary
Old cart wheel near Szentendre, Hungary
Hungarian Parliament Building in Budapest. There were many river ships blocking the view, so this was the clearest shot I could get.
Love what you do.
Szabadság tér (Liberty Square)
Interestingly, this is a monument to the Soviet occupation of Hungary surrounded by a sturdy fence.
Smelly, dirty, and exhausted an amazingly generous couchsurfer lets me crash at her place last minute. We have to cram everything into the tiny elevator.
Bike & Bake. Best combo ever at this cute bike rental slash bakery cafe. Check them out!
Tired self portrait out on the Hungarian Plain.
I met this affable bunch of Auzzies in Mohács, Hungary near the Hungarian/Croatian border. They are on a 40 day bike tour from Budapest to Istanbul! We shared a few brews and swapped travel stories until the sunset.
Check out their entertaining journal at The Travelling Willberries.
Camping outside Vukovar, Croatia along the Danube. The farside of the river is Serbia.
While seemingly tame now, riding through the countryside of Croatia near the Serbian border, one passes remnants of the war and is reminded this region was plunged into chaos not long ago.
Bike & Bake. Best combo ever at this cute bike rental slash bakery cafe.
Mexican food in Budapest. They call it a burrito, and, well, it's close enough. God I miss real Mexican food.
Two shots of powerful Hungarian schnapps in the morning courtesy of my exuberant host. Before the coffee even!
Farewell Hungary, hello Croatia.
From Budapest, Hungary