Squirk's Overseas Experience

The tales of one Kiwi returning to Mother Britain and exploring the Big Wide World... without being eaten by a shark.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Bohemian Rhapsody

I like Prague. I only took a few photographs on my dinky mobile phone camera, but I can say that I'll definitely going back to Prague. I'll stay longer, too.


  • At 9:13 am AEST, Blogger andrew brown said…

    "I like Prague"

    Hmm, nice detail, you really paint a great picture with your words. ;)

    Please tell me more, it's one of the places I'm looking forward too the most in my trip.

  • At 9:59 am AEST, Blogger Squirk said…

    Not enough detail, eh? Well, I was going to save it for another post, but... here goes.

    I like Prague lots.

  • At 6:41 pm AEST, Anonymous easy-kiwi said…

    Haha! Was wonderful to see your pics, I have fond memories of Prague, one of my last trips before coming home... It's nice to see other peoples ideas of places you yourself have been.

    Prague is pretty awesome, we were there mid-late summer, but I reckon it has to be at it's best when it's cold. We did things in reverse, Barcelona in winter Prague in summer, but not disapointed by either. If nothing else Prague is charming, and ridiculously cheap!

  • At 6:51 pm AEST, Anonymous easy-kiwi said…

    But, just so you don't get me wrong here...

    Prague is more than just charming and ridiculously cheap (4 star hotel accomodation 10 minutes from the centre for 15 pounds!)... It's definitely somewhere just about anyone could enjoy, whether you are into art, architecture and history or a bunch of lads on a stag weekend... Not so much a something for everyone place, but for those who want to enjoy themselves, Prague can provide just about everything you could want, and if you have no expectations, as with our dear Mr. Hunter, you will be pleasantly surprised.

  • At 11:29 pm AEST, Blogger Carly said…

    I certainly hope you tried the pork knuckles!

  • At 1:01 am AEST, Blogger Squirk said…

    Sadly, my meat-training wasn't quite up to the "neck of pork" standard required to fully appreciate Bohemian cuisine.

    Getting through "svickova" was hard enough (I left a good deal of the meat behind), but totally worth ordering it for the sauce.

  • At 9:38 am AEST, Blogger Jungle Rhino said…

    Meat is good for you. Heidi and I recently discovered a Steakhouse run by some crazy south African guy - he does Texan style ribs you can order by the Kilo... mmmmmmmm ribs.


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