I'm Wilma. Girl. No dragon tattoo. I love theatre, fashion, music that makes me orgasm and taking pictures. I have split myself between three places (London-Stockholm-Tallinn), but my current hub is Tallinn. Wherever my circus goes, there's always a party. If the party does end, I watch cat videos and blog about it all. Check out my yearly summaries below to get to know me a bit better. If you have any questions: hemafruu@gmail.com.

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

In the middle of Budapest

The second part of Budapest trilogy.
Considering our early 5am flight from Tallinn, our first day in Budapest ended 9pm with falling asleep while watching FIFA World Cup match. How romantic. 
The morning after we Googled "the most beautiful goals from last evening match" like true fans do.
Ok, maybe we also watched some cat videos...


The weather was so warm and sun was so bright 
that I had to wear this dark cape to prevent myself to get a sunburn. 
SPF 50 did not do the trick anymore
#blondnortheuropeanproblems.:


Interesting fact, if not interesting then just a fact - Hungary is a landlocked country, yet it has one of the strongest marine force in NATO. How? Why? What? That said, Hungary has kickass river marines:


On a darker note.
Hungary had one of the biggest jewish diaspora in Europe before the World War II.
During the Nazi occupation jews were massively killed. They were lined up at the Danube bank and shot in the back. These iron shoes represent a memorial for that event:


Furthermore there is a world's second largest synagog in Budapest. 
(this blogpost is turning into reddit.com/r/todayilearned)


A bee. A wasp. Or one of their friends who likes to suck flowers with their butt:



Funicular that takes you to Buda Hill.
My kind of a ride:


The parliament house is too big and awesome to ignore, the girl is ok too:


Awkward couple is trying to take a selfie while 101 Chinese tourist are watching:


Buda castle a.k.a. the Royal castle at a short distance.
It was rather usual that young boys came up to me on a street and offered Chanel, YSL, Dior perfumes.
You named it, they had it. Probably the boy on the pictures had something to offer. :


Imma panorama mama:


MOAR PANORAMA! 


Official residence of president of Hungary.
At almost all times guards had Chinese/Korean/Japanese tourist with iPads by their side. 
Annoying job is annoying:


To make them feel even more uncomfortable, here is selfie with a Hungarian dude:


We drank ale before 10am and not a single fuck was given,
vacation = decent time 24/7:


His mom just called from Estonia and told that she put a random stick in the ignition instead of a legit key.
 Thus a broken car was expecting us at home, yay:


After the call we were picking out new cars:

Eggggggs:


The roof is artwork of itself:


My humps, my humps, my humps, my humps:


Fred's Movember inspiration:


The thrift shopping ended up like it always does.
Silly hat lady:


I found Bonobo shirt for 5€ aaaaaand I did not buy it.
Still hurts a little:


A mess of escalators taking you so far down that you actually go slightly past hell:

Too warm, must sit:


Buying food from a restaurant there nobody speaks English is always a pickle.
Yet the food was sooooooooo delicious that we went back to the mad house 
and ordered some more using only our body language. 
The meat was made with an oldschool iron (the one that is used for ironing clothes)??!! Amazing.
Hungarian food itself was so unhealthy, to even out we took some 'who-am-I-kidding-salad':


That evening we prevented falling asleep while watching FIFA world cup 
by joining other strangers at the main square to cheer altogether.
Germany scored the minute before:


Spread your legs as wide as you can while near a church:


Girlfriend sitting on a stair during boyfriend vinyl shopping:


A well-deserved beer after exhausting day of being a tourist.
Ruin bar Szimpla Kert:


I purred while he grrrred:


This is our understanding of romance. 
Us. At a ruin bar. Three hours. Cold beer. Conversations from magnets to Ukraine to baby names.
That is bliss:


One more post about Budapest coming up!

2 comments:

Kriss said...

Oh jumal, kui lahe blogi ja reisipildid! Väga äge reisi kokkuvõtte ka!

Wilma Circus said...

late response is late, aga aitäh, süda sulas üles!