Day-6 to Tarjan

First of May, a national holiday practically everywhere in Europe, for sure in Hungary. That means no restaurants open for dinner, but with her foresight, the lady who met me at the 3-unit apartment in Tarjan had cold cuts and veggie toppings waiting for me (that was my option). Luckily a convenience store within the block sold canned beer. Ending a day’s walk, of any length and especially a 14 miler, without a beer is a bummer!

A few notable sights along the way: yellow rapeseed oil fields were already in full bloom (source of Canola vegetable oil, which BTW will soon be in short supply worldwide); crude 7-ft high fences along the road intend to keep deer from crossing; undulating hills made for interesting up and downs, including a 12% downhill that I had to climb again on the other side of the valley but not as steep.

5 Comments

  1. Belle Cook — 05-01-2022 at 2:16 pm

    Beautiful scenery.

  2. Marla Keesee — 05-02-2022 at 2:24 am

    Wow. Delightful to see how green things are. Glad you were able to get some food and, of course, your beer. Thanks for sharing this journey.

  3. Claudia — 05-02-2022 at 8:17 pm

    The countryside is beautiful. Love the rolling green hills. Thanks so much for posting your journey, Kurt.

  4. Mark — 05-02-2022 at 10:56 pm

    I thought you were walking through wine country at first. You tricked me! 🙂

  5. Jackie Williams — 05-03-2022 at 7:49 pm

    Beautiful countryside! XXOO