Slovak countryside

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Countryside, Slovakia

EN: This is what the first Saturday in March looked like. After an amazing lunch (roast duck with red cabbage and dumplings!) my mum, our dog Zoran (the little white one on the picture is called Kubik) and I, went for a long walk through the forest and meadows that surrounds our little "cottage" in the southeastern part of Slovakia. I don't know a better way to gather energy than in the countryside and although the ground should be covered with a layer of snow, this year's unusual temperatures forced the nature to wake up earlier and we enjoyed witnessing this beauty while listening to the birds singing. It was a wonderful day :)

SK: Takto vyzerala moja prva sobota v mesiaci Marec. Po uzasnom obede (pecenej kacke s cervenou kapustou a knedlikom!) som sa s maminou a psom Zoranom (ta biela hrcka na fotke sa vola Kubik) vybrala na dlhu prechadzku cez horu a luky ktorymi je oblkopeny nas "vikendovy domcek"na juhovychodnej casti Slovenskeho Rudohoria. Nepoznam lepsi sposob ako nacerpat energiu, nez v prirode a hoci by mala byt zem pokryta vrstvou snehu, tento rok nezvycajne teploty donutili prirodu prebudit sa o soci skor a my sme sa mohli kochat pohladom na kvitnuce stormy a pocuvat spev vtakov. 
Bol to krasny den :)
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6 comments

  1. Beautiful photos Hana - your country looks so pretty! I honestly wish I'd gone to Bratislava when I was close enough to - although I'm sure its very different from the countryside
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    1. Thank you Faye!

      I'm sure there will be another chance, although I wouldn't go to Bratislava (the countryside is much more worth it!) :)

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  2. So so beautiful!! Snowdrops! And are those succulents?

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    1. Thank you Jasmine, I love snowdrops!

      Not sure if their name is succulents, we call them stone roses :) (Might as well be the same plant) xx

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  3. Beautiful pictures of the wilderness ! Which place is this ?

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    1. Thank you Deven, it's in the Slovak countryside :)

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