Christmas is approaching and it is strange this year. No concerts, no fairs, no restaurants..the list goes on. Let’s hope that next year will bring a normal Christmas! Friday night I went for a little nightly excursion before the curfew. Time to ride the traditional Christmas light tram. The tram alternates between lines every day.
I was at the great market hall today to buy some fruit and other necessities. There were more people out than before, very good for all the shops that they have more customers. My neighbour told me that one of the vendors told him last week that sales were down over 80% this year because
These days, as I slowly get older, I tend to really value the small, seemingly, unimportant things in life. There are moments that becomes special. One is drinking the water from the well at Hegymagas. Another is sitting at my favourite büfé at Római Part for some really good fried goodies and a cold beer
I wrote I have interesting neighbours. But I also live in a very interesting neighbourhood. Here is fabulous café, Deryné. Opened in 1914 and still one of the spots to be seen if you are somebody. Two days ago there were black screens set on the pavement blocking the view. Security guards and people carrying
I live in an interesting house with interesting neighbours. Because of the building material it is nearly impossible to determine from where a sound originates. But the main characters are: The Existentialists – a couple whom from time to time have very heated (drunk) discussions. Two classic lines are “Who do you represent?” and “Who