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I'm traveler @rbaggo
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Today, I'm going to introduce you, Namestovo a town where Lenka lived.
When I woke up, Lenka and her mother gave me breakfast. Lenka is a vegetarian, so I got plenty of vegetables.
I had a very healthy breakfast with cream on my bread and vegetables on top. Actually, I felt my body was cleaned for three days.
Lenka offered to show me around the town today. While walking around, We met a friend of Lenka's who worked on a tractor. That's how it started...
Her friend's job is to remove grass and weeds that have grown in the waste land. These days, the equipment is well developed, so they cut and push it, and collect it at the same time. And he moved the stored pool to another transport vehicle that way, using the equipment. It was an experience where I got to know the world that I didn't know.
The tractor tour ended, and we went to a nearby lake. There was a crowd of people doing the event, but it turned out to be an exhibition of Slovak military equipment.
I think it's a mine clearance device, but I'm sure our country has one, too.
There was a helicopter, so people took pictures, and curious kids were having fun. The weather was so nice, feel like we went on a picnic.
On my way back, there was something special. I don't know if this is a traditional Slovak culture and it means good luck or anything,, but the wedding houses are decorated with colorful strings.