On the way to a cave we walked through quiet forest, saw some poisonous mushrooms and edible berries. These blackberries were good, just a bit sour.
More and more beautiful views...
This is the bone church Sedlec Ossuary, where about 60 000 persons rest. And yes, these are their bones.
It was kind of strange to look at these skeletons and imagine how they belonged to real human beings centuries ago. Who were they? How their lives looked like? What kind of things made them happy?
Cathedral of St Barbara, who is the main saint of miners.
Czechs use their own currency - Czech Koruna. While I still had different coins, I captured them 💰
Can you guess, which numbers are on the picture?
I got to try some traditional Czech food like dumplings with jam and their drink Kofola (which is like coca cola, but made by using 30 different herbs). We also went out to eat in a place called Veganland. It is located in Prague and I really recommend visiting it!
There were many options of foods like vegan pizza or sushi and also vegan buffet, which I preferred. This way I had the chance to try out different dishes. Everything was tasty, my favourite was the eggplant in sauce, yummy!
I had such a great week in Czech and I´m so glad I got to visit so many different places - a mine, a cave, rock city, bone church, national art museum and so on.
What kind of travellers are you - do you prefer a vacation on the beach, visiting all the cultural places or the combination of both?
On 13th September I got on a plane for the first time. With a stop in Riga I arrived to Prague in the evening. Fortunately friends were already waiting for me in the airport, so we got on a bus and drove to the city center.
A compulsory picture - made on the Charles Bridge
Next day we spent walking around in Prague and in the evening went to Mlada Boleslav, from where we travelled to other cities as well:Jičín, Kutná Hora
Pictures now are not in any order, but you can just enjoy the beauty of different cities of Czech. In Prague we also went to the National Art Museum, but arrived there just one hour before the closure time, so that´s how long we got to be there. One hour wasn´t enough to see it all, at least we got to enjoy some art. The entrance is free for students, so always carry your ISIC or some other card with you, when travelling!
That kind of landscape - full of mountains - cannot be seen in Estonia...😄
These houses are called Son, Daughter and Mother - I guess you understand which one which is 😉
Jičín - a beautiful small city, where fairytale festivals take place. I imagine it might be wonderful during that time and especially interesting for children :)
It is always good, when friends take different tastes, this is a good opportunity to try them all 😸
Have you ever been to Czech? Did any of these places look familiar to you?
In July I spent a weekend in beautiful Haapsalu, which is a small city, about 90 kms away from Tallinn 🚍
A yoga festival was held for the 6th time and I decided to volunteer there.
We were really lucky with the amazing weahter, this is a view from the promenade 🌅
The main stage was outside and some workshops took place inside. For one of them my task was to check the tickets and answer to people´s questions.
The rest of the time I could take part of other workshops and in the evening enjoy a lovely concert by Sudha. I am very glad I went thtere and got a great experience as a volunteer. In general the festival was so nice and I definitely recommend visiting it (even if you have never done yoga before) 😸
Have you ever taken part of a yoga festival? Maybe you participated in some other festival this summer?