Tony Goes Global

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Mostar – Bosnia

Bus journey to Mostar My journey to Mostar didn’t start off very well. I’d bought my ticket online but then lost the printout on the bus. The miserable man on the bus wouldn’t accept...

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Dubrovnik – Croatia

I travelled down to Dubrovnik with Kevin from Montana, who looks like Kevin Smith. We arrived at around 16:00, checked into the Myway Hostel, and went for food. The hostel was ok but the showers...

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Split – Croatia

I arrived in Split hoping for something better and more fulfilling than my time in Zadar. Luckily that’s exactly what I got. I’d booked into the Tchaikovsky hostel for 1 night, it had good...

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Zadar – Croatia

So I caught my 2nd bus from Zagreb and made it to Zadar. It was a long winding journey down through the mountains to the city and the Adriatic coastline. I stayed at the...

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Zagreb – Croatia

When I arrived in Zagreb it was dark and raining, it reminded me of a winter evening back home. For once, the bus station wasn’t in a complete dive and was close to the...

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Graz – Austria

Arnie Being a fan of Arnold Schwarzenegger I wanted to go to Graz to check out the area where he grew up, although he actually lived in a small village close by. It was...

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Vienna – Austria

The train from Bratislava to Vienna took just over an hour, arriving at Vienna’s main station around lunchtime. I bought a 72 hour travel pass for 16.50 Euro, which covered buses, trains, underground and...

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Bratislava – Slovakia

First Impressions of Bratislava My 1st thought when I disembarked from the bus was ‘what a hell hole’ I seemed to have ended up at the arse end of nowhere! Unfortunately bus and train stations...

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Budapest – Part 1

I had always intended to update this blog as I travelled but once I started my Celta course there was just no time. So here are some updates, retrospectively. First week in Budapest I arrived...