Missing Zuzka

Trip Start Jul 07, 2008
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Trip End Aug 05, 2008


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Sunday, August 3, 2008

POLSKI:
W nocy dojechalismy do miejscowosci Hely (?) i tam nocowalismy na pobliskiej lace. Rano przeszlismy chyba najdluzszy odcinek do jak tej pory z plecakami, na autostrade - ze 4 km. Stamtad zabral nas... ksiadz - Polak, na stale mieszkajacy w Austrii. Dowiozl nas na przedmieścia Brna chyba w 40 minut (prowadzil jak rajdowiec) i wysadzil w poblizu hipermarketu Hypernova. Gdy po pol godzinie nic nie zlapalismy i zaczal padac deszcz, stwierdzilismy, ze obierzemy inna droge. Najpierw Marcin kupil cos do jedzenia w pobliskim Tesco, a potem wsiedlismy w darmowy autobus do centrum. Dotarlismy na dworzec kolejowy, a stamtad do kafejki internetowej. Nie mialam dostepu do internetu od jakis pieciu dni. Dopiero stamtad sciagnelam numer komorki mojej kolezanki Zuzki, ktora mieszka w Brnie. Okazalo sie, ze 2h wczesniej wrocila z Norwegii i po prostu ledwo zyla. Bardzo tego zalowalam, ale niestety nie mialam jak sie z nia wczesniej skontaktowac, ale naprawde nie mialam takiej mozliwosci. Uroki podrozy na stopa. Ona jednak poradzila nam wziac zolty autokar firmy Student Agency, ktory okazal sie, z karta Euro 26, dwa razy tanszy od pociagu.
Do odjazdu autobusu mielismy okolo dwoch godzin, wiec poszlismy na zmiane zwiedzac miasto. To znaczy, gdy jedno zostawalo z plecakami, drugie chodzilo po miescie, potem zmiana. Bylam bardzo pozytywnie zaskoczona urokiem i architektura tego miasta. Naprawde, bylo co ogladac, tylko zdecydowanie za malo czasu.
Przyjechalismy do Pragi zgodnie z planem. Wszystkie pociagi z kolei maja opoznienie, bo praski dworzec kolejowy byl remontowany.
Zdecydowalismy sie zostac w Pradze na dwie noce, w tym jedna spedzic w łąko-lesie na obrzezach miasta. Pelno tam jednak bylo slimakow, nierowne podloze, strach, ze spimy zbyt blisko blokowiska, ze mogl nas wyweszyc nawet jakis pies z panem na spacerze. Marcin wariowal. Miejsce trafilo na drugie naszego rankingu najgorszych miejsc, w ktorych spalismy.

ENGLISH:
At night we arrived to a Hely (?) town and we slept there in a nearby meadow. In the morning we had to walk probably the longest distance we have done so far with our backpacks, about 4km to the highway. From there we were picked up by... a Polish priest living in Austria. He drove us to the suburbs of Brno within like 40min (he was driving like a rally driver) and we were dropped off near Hypernova hypermarket. When after half an hour we could not stop anything and it started raining, we decided to make it in a different way. Firstly Marcin bought us something to eat from Tesco, then we took a free bus and went to the city centre. We got to the railway station and from there to an internet café. I hadn`t had an access to internet for like 5 days. Yet from there I got the mobile phone number of my friend Zuzka, that lives in Brno. I found out that she`d just gotten back from Norway 2 hours before and that she was simply exhausted. I really wish I could have contact her a bit earlier but I really had no possibility. That`s the way travelling by hitchhiking is. She told me though to take a yellow coach from a company called Student Agency and I found, that with Euro26 ID it was double cheaper than a train.
We had about 2 hours until the coaches` departure, thus we went to explore the city. I mean, while one of us was staying with the backpacks, the other one did sightseeing, then we swapped. I was very positively surprised by the charm and architecture of the city. Really, there was plenty to see, but we definitely did not have enough of time.
We arrived to Prague according to the schedule. Anyway, all the trains were delayed due to the truck works of the Prague`s railway station.
We decided to stay two nights in Prague, which included one night in a meadow-forest place in the suburbs of the city. The place was full of slugs, the ground was rough plus the fear that we were sleeping too near to the blocks of flats, that we could have been smelled by a dog being walked by his owner. Marcin was freaking out. The meadow got the second place in our rank list of the worst places we have ever slept in.
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