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Day 7 - Debrecan

Hungary. ...another place I've not been to. This had to be the hottest day in Ladiva, I felt really sick. Cat dosed me up with travel sickness tablets and I put on the neon sickness bands. Hungary was a beautiful country and really cheap.

The camp site had a thermal spring but I just couldn't go in. There were soo many people in there. ..all those body fluids floating around put me off.

We all went out for a meal in a restaurant near the camp. The menu comprised goulash, chicken cooked various ways and hooves. ...yes trotters! I asked for a salad but they didn't know if they could do one. I don't like feeling that imt fussy just cause im a veggie but was starting to.
I was chatting away and suddenly my throat felt tight and dry and I started to cough. After a few more seconds I smelt a nasty chemical and noticed I could hear more people coughing. Turns out they were spraying insecticide....nice!

Cat and I left to get some food in the centre. Spotting some candle flickers we thought we had found a restaurant but it was a bar, we got directions from the rather tall Hungarian guy by Cat conversing with him in Italian. ...stranger things have happened! We didn't realise how far it was but it was certainly worth the walk. I had a fab greek salad a cheese croquettes.....lush!!

We got lost on the way back and we wandered around the dark streets making the dogs bark til about 130am. They seem to keep their dogs outside. ...not a bad idea, its a real burglar deterrent.

Standing at the locked gates we made as much noise as we could to get the security guards attention. Finally he came over....we were at the wrong park! !! Ours was a few meters up....ha ha.

I got in my tent releaved that I had already inflated my bed. I had forgotten to bring in my rucksack which meant no ear plugs....will I get any sleep?

Posted by Vicky Bailey 07:43 Archived in Hungary Tagged camping debrecan

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