Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Hungary the country of sunflowers

4th December 2014

I love travelling at home but I prefer travelling abroad because it is more interesting and exciting for me and my family. Last summer I was in Hungary. It was early August so the fields were covered with sunflowers. As we were driving thery were around us what an amazing experience. Comparing to my country Hungary is smaller but the serious problem is language. Why ? In small towns which we  visited they didn't speak English or German the old and the young as well. So we had to order at restaurants pointing at menu...  . It was very funny in the 21 st century.. In the big cities they could speak English..
But despite language problem I love this country where people are friendly and hotels and resaturants are definitely cheaper than at my place..

My daughter - travelling to Hungary in English style..


WOW Sunflowers


Two generations Grandfather and granddaughter


 The best was Hungarian wine.....

17 comments:

  1. Your daughter's sunglases are sweet. I could imagine smaller towns in any country not speaking English, and in your case Polish or German. The flowers grown in mass must look lovely in spring.

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    1. Sunflowerrs are amazing in Hungary..

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  2. We had no language problems in Budapest, but we were told just out of the centre of the city, English is not widely spoken. Apparently Hungarian is related to the language of Finland.

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    1. Hungarian is completely different from European language.

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  3. I'm really curious about the Hungarian wines. I don't think I have heard of them being available in US, but I'll have to check it out. I love to sample good wines to find one that appeals to my taste. Your daughter is lovely.

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    1. I hope you will fing this wine at your place

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  4. Neat that sunflowers are grown there--reminds me of Kansas! You have a beautiful daughter; very nice photo of her with her grandfather.

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    1. thanks a lot. At my country we don't have fileds of sunflowers

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  5. Your daughter is so cute in her fun sunglasses, and with her grandpa, too. I have seen fields of sunflowers in western Minnesota and they are beautiful.

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  6. Really nice photos. Cute photo of daughter and grandpa!

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  7. Hi Gosia, so nice to meet you and thank you for stopping by from Mildred's post. I enjoyed my visit here to your blog. Lovely pics of the sunflower fields and your daughter with her grandpa is precious.
    Hugs

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    1. You are welcome and I hope you come back shortly

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