Tag: Hungary

Budapest to the Black Sea: Day 4. Mohacs to Osijek

Szia Hungary, Hello Croatia.

Starting early today, we made good progress along the remaining 40(ish) kilometers of the route out of Hungary which is, pretty much, smooth tarmac paths all the way to the Croatian Border. The border crossing was ridiculously easy and we breezed through without any trouble at all. In fact, everyone was very friendly and the border lady sheepishly handed us some leaflets in English and then smoked a cigarette as we quizzed her and her colleagues about the best place to eat. 

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Budapest to the Black Sea: Day 2. Rackeve to Kalocsa

It was so hot last night that my deodorant melted. This was a sure sign that it’s too hot to be cycling, but I wasn’t about to let that stop me. So at 06:30 am I crawled out of bed, had a shower, dried myself in front of the fan (for some reason my B&B didn’t provide a towel) and then loaded my stuff into my panniers and onto the bike.

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