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Apr 27 2012 travel brno

Brno Trip Update

How I've been busy in the past few weeks. Between working, sightseeing, and plenty of other activities, I've had no chance till now to sit down and write some content for the blog. Now that I'm approaching the 1/2 way point of my trip, I have to say I've had a phenominal time so far, my European collegues at Red Hat are a group of extremely talented guys who are also very fun to work and hang out with. I'm enjoying my stay in the Czech Republic, the people are friendly, there is plenty to do, and overall a pleasant experience. So far my trip over the last few weeks looked like (hover over the images for descriptions, to view full size right click and select 'view image'):

All in all so far the trip has been a blast, I've met so many interesting people from many different places. From my collegues who come from all over Europe (the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Italy, Russia, the UK, and more), to random people at all the various places I've visited / stayed at, people are genuently friendly and helpful and always willing to swap stories with a foreigner. There are places right out of the movies and yet places which seem unique in their own right and unlike anywhere else. I'm looking forward to the rest of my stay. Besides Prague, I'd like to visit at least one other European city and/or take in some of the country side (I was thinking about renting a car and just driving around the a bit).

Stay tuned for more updates coming soon! Until then, Chow!