nedelja, 04. avgust 2013

Ko skoraj izhlapiš
Almost evaporated



Za obisk Češke sva si izbrala ravno tiste dni, ko je po Evropi pritiskala neznosna vročina. Namerili so jih skoraj 40, a zdelo se je še huje. Karlov most čez Vltavo se je vlekel brez konca in kraja. Midva sva se lepila, puhtela in skoraj izhlapela. :) Najino neuničljivo navdušenje nad raziskovanjem mest, ulic in znamenitosti se je neprestano mešalo z neizmernim in nenehnim hrepenenjem po vodi, sadju, vitaminih ali čemurkoli osvežilnem.

Zato sva skakala iz sence v senco, sobe nisva zapustila brez klobukov, okoli ramen sem si ovijala ruto, večkrat in za dalj časa sva se zadrževala v hladnih cerkvah, po zgledu pametnih, luštnih, pretežno japonskih turistk sem se končno vdala in prvič v življenju aktivirala dežnik proti soncu, ko pa je bila pripeka najhujša, sva jo vsakokrat izkoristila za pobeg v eno od mnogih luštnih gostilnic, kljub temu, da je prvotni načrt predvideval za zunanje obroke večerje.

Po prestolnici so redno škropili razgret asfalt in ljudje so to množično in vriskaje izkoristili - da so tekli za odrešilnim vozilom. Mimoidočih se je usmilil tudi eden od natakarjev pri astronomski uri, ki je s pršenjem iz cevi napravil cel žur in mavrico!

[ta objava je nadaljevanje prejšnje in tokratni sklop posnetkov je iz Prage]


For visiting the Czech Republic we chose, what else, the days when Europe experienced is experiencing the hottest days. It was almost 40°C, but it felt even worse. The Charles Bridge across Vltava seemed like an endless journey. We were sticky, steamy and have almost evaporated. :) Our unbreakable enthusiasm over exploring cities, streets and sights was constantly mixing with an immense and ceaseless craving for water, fruit, vitamins or whatever refreshing.

That is why we were jumping from one shadow to another, did not left room without our hats, I was wrapping my scarf around shoulders, cool churches were our favourite shelter, following the example of wise, cute, mostly Japanese female tourists I finally gave up and first time in my life activated my umbrella to protect me against sun and when the heat was at its worst we used it to escape to one of many charming little restaurants, even though our first plan was to eat out for dinners.

All across the capital they were water-spraying heated asphalt and people were massively taking this opportunity, joyfully running after every vehicle of redemption. There was also one waiter at the astronomical clock who was rescuing bypassers by waterdusting with hose, causing a huge fun and a rainbow!

[this post is a continuation of the previous and this set of photos is from Prague]

2 komentarja:

  1. V teh vročih dneh se mora vsak znajti po svoje in se ohladiti na tisoč in en način.

    OdgovoriIzbriši
  2. Od vsega hudega se mi je vmes kar morje prikazovalo. :)

    OdgovoriIzbriši

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