The trip started with our arrival at the Budapest Airport. Some of us had already spent a few days in Budapest checking out the city. It was the first time for all of us to visit Budapest. We enjoyed different activities like thermal baths, restaurants, bars, hiking, historical architecture, lovely hostels and of course Hungarian wine. Budapest is definitely worth a visit. It is a city full of communism history and contrasts such as the differences between the both city sides Buda and Pest which are now unified.
We got together with the others from Germany and took the private bus towards Bükk National Park. We arrived around midnight and were welcomed by Rob and Barbara, the owners of Farm Lator, our camp side close to the park. Hot Hungarian goulash and a big Stag Beetle were already waiting for us.
After the welcoming dinner we felt strong enough to pitch our tents. We enjoyed the last view of the stunning sky with bright stars and felt asleep in our cosy sleeping bags.