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Aug 14, 2012 - Musings    No Comments

Drinking Lesson: Hangover Flight A Horrible Idea

This is how I felt


Kim and I arrived at Station Guest House in Budapest on recommendation from several of our fellow romanian archaeologists. We were only staying for the night as our flight back to the states was early the next morning. From what we heard, it was cheap, fun and clean. That’s all we really needed.

The hostel itself isn’t really much to look at on the outside. Considering that we were only staying there for a night, we didn’t care too much so long as it had a bed. Turns out, we probably didn’t even need the bed. We arrived tired from the long train ride and sad to leave behind our friends. In the 2 weeks that we had stayed there, we had developed close relationships with everyone and it was kind of a bummer that we weren’t going to stay for the full 5 weeks (later on we heard that we left at a good time since the remaining weeks were mostly rained out). We were greeted by a dog, a man who looked like a retired Hell’s Angel and a bunch of young, broke travelers just like us. Our spirits were lifted. Our spirits were lifted even more when we saw that they had a 24-hour bar and a free pool table.

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Aug 9, 2012 - Musings    3 Comments

Drinking Lesson: On Why I Will Never Touch Ţuică Again

“Do you want to try homemade Romanian liquor? It’ll only cost you $25 for a 3 liter bottle.” Oh what tempting words. Who could say no to tasting the regional liquor? Certainly not I. I mean I certainly wasn’t going to put down the money. I had already spent a crap load on groceries for the camping/archaeology trip. Luckily there were plenty of other people willing to drop the money for the experience, meaning I could mooch off them.

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