Dress/Vintage,Silver socks/Calzedonia, Lace up boots/Zara
Almost bedtime for me so let’s see what happened on Friday might when I could stay awake a little longer. I started the evening at Muszi with an art opening by these two fine Slovakian artists, trying out the comfy armchairs, Eva and Ivana. The names are of the artists of course.
Personally I like to stand.
Since we were in Muszi we went to Bullet’s studio and hung out for a while. Standing.
The reason for the balloons was an open night at all the community gardens in Budapest. Since I have a little plot together with some friends I visited my own garden. Not that I can’t go there any other time, only other times there aren’t a lot of people there and this was the first time it was decorated and full of sweets my fellow gardeners brought.
When we had enough of the dark garden we headed over to a nice little place up the street.
Last weekend I was invited to a wedding ceremony in Kisoroszi the tip of Szentendre island up by the Danube bend. We took this ferry, before this we were on a tram, a local train, and a bus. Perfect trip for those who like to try out as many means of transport possible in a day.
The night ended by the fire place with some drinks and BBQ. Around 11 it was time to try and find our little pension walking through the darkness. At this point I wasn’t so happy about not camping. Until I was in my comfortable bed that is. The wedding ceremony gets a blog post on its own.
Killer whales and lobsters down at Balaton, new and welcomed change to the lake fauna. What I really wanted to say is I’ve been busy with visitors and this is all I have time to show you right now. This picture’s got a lot of animals and should keep you busy/happy for at least a minute. If you’re bored I mean.