The Hungarian national day was yesterday. I didn’t have any plans at all so I checked the program to see if there was anything interesting. I found that in more than one place there was a blessing of the new bread ceremony. Like most people I like bread, but still an event like that couldn’t convince me to leave the house. Instead I went to the nearest place where bread could be found, the kitchen.A bit of a disappointment, all that was there was this piece of moldy bread. Obviously it wasn’t new and so it felt inappropriate to bless it. Such a downer.
Today’s Thursday, but I’m going to to show you what I did on Saturday. In the morning I happened to run in to Gandhi. We had a moment together in the shade, then I left him there because I prefer the sun.
Tried out a pool where you can swim just a few meters away from a giant pineapple. No, that’s not the giant pineapple, it’s a woman.
The Pineapple with a big P
Watering the giant pineapple is hard job, but someone has to do it. This man’s obviously lost it and is watering the tennis court instead.
DICK dress ULTRA
As if Gandhi and the giant pineapple wasn’t enough excitement for a day, I went for dinner in the Chinese quarters. We found this sign amusing. What was not so amusing was being refused dumplings in two places.
Living in a big city, or just anywhere where there are people,(I’ve never lived in a forest, it could be even more challenging, my intuition tells me there are lots of crazy there) comes with good and bad. Sometimes you just can’t judge which one it is, hence the look on my face.
What has been seen can’t be unseen
A couple doing a weird performance on the street possibly salsa. Note the hand on the left showing the escape route for those terrified of getting sucked into a dance whirl with those two.