Posted by on 30. April 2016

On the left in this picture you see the house, in which we could stay for the night. It was so luxury for us to have a flat for our own.

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The major Gabor and us in front of the townhall, who took care about us and hosted us so friendly.

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A small museum in Mesterszállás.

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For dinner Margit invited us to here home, it was very good and a nice evening. 🙂

Gabor gave us two visible warning jackets for more safty because you have to wear them on the road.

Jo practising hands-free cycling, what is not easy with a full loaded bike. 

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Tasty picnic for lunch.

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The chimney sweeper will hopefully bring luck.

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Hungary is so flat. I never cycled in souch a flatness for so many days. They actually pump up gas here.

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Because of the flatness, only felds and agriculter around us we didn’t find a place for our tent, so we ended up asking to put our tent on a chicken farm. Sadly the dog was barking the whole night and the smell of 150.000 chicken is not nice.

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Gues what it is!?

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But the next morning we were invited for coffee and breakfast.

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Our last lunchbreak in hungary short before the border to Romania.

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