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The first day in Czechia

Barbeque evening in Stilec

sunny 26 °C

Today was the national holiday in Austria, so we took the opportunity to go to Czechia to stay there from Thursday to Sunday.

We decided to rent a small hut at a camping site near a small lake in Stilec, which is nicely located between some major Czechian tourist locations.


Unfortunately when we arrived at 3pm in the afternoon, we still had to wait another two hours until the office of the camping site opened.

So we had some food at the local restaurant first.


The main course was mixed BBQ meat with various types of vegetables and potatoes.


The drinks are apple juice and Czechian beer.


Finally we had mixed fruits for desert.


Driving on the road, we could find many sexy hookers looking for their business. It was legel in Czechia, but I had never seen it in Austria. So i took some pictures slinkingly in our car. But I was scared to be seen by those hookers or the drivers, so that those pictures had not good quality, and could not see clearly.



This hooker was bargaining with the driver in the car, but they took long time to do that, so we just wondered if they also did something special else, hehe...


This is our hut in which we spent three nights.

It's not very luxurious, but good enough for a few days, and best of all is that nobody minds if you make a campfire for your own BBQ just in front of the hut.



To start a fire, first you go to the nearby forest...


...and collect some wood...


...and break it to smaller pieces.


Then you arrange that wood to a nice pile, smaller wood inside, bigger wood outside.

You light it... and - voilá - you have a fire.


If the wood is dry and you do it right, then it will burn quickly.



In the meantime you prepare some delicious food such as pork, chicken meat, sausages, vegetables, potatoes...



...and when the fire has burned down, but the big pieces of wood are still hot...


...you can grill all that food...



At this time, it was very dark, so we had to use the torch and head-lighters to make everything looking clearly.


...and enjoy it later.


Very delicious!

Posted by R and K 07:35 Archived in Czech Republic Tagged family_travel

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