Around the world: Czech republic
2nd country will be the Czech republic since I’ve just moved here..
Similar categories for them..
1. The girls
I think the pictures speaks for themself, there was an astounding amount of gorgeous girls when I went clubbing there. Almost a shame to have a girlfriend at the moment. Jeez, hope she doesn’t read this post. Love ya babe (better safe than sorry.).
Some amazing food here. The sauces, the meat, the beer. Oh my god I was in heaven and cheap as nothing for me from the UK.
Czech people love Svičková (read “svitch-co-va”) or Rajská (read “raiska”), a somehow interesting combination of meat with sauce and whipped cream. But it was delicious.
Well to be honest, fuck knows, sorry Czech people but not that many world famous bands or artists from here. If I’m wrong, let me know and I gladly change this. My Czech girlfriend wasn’t much help either since she couldn’t come up with anything either. 🙂
Ok, another ice hockey fanatic place so I love it. On a side note, one of the most famous female tennis player Martina Navratilova is Czech.
Honestly can’t see Martina as a sexy girl so will just post Taťána Kuchařová dressed up sporty. Sorry Martina.
Some interesting facts:
+ According to the 2001 census, 59% of the Czechs are Agnostic, Atheist, or non-believer, 26.8% Roman Catholic and 2.5% Protestant. Only 19% said that they believed in God, meaning that about 11% of the self-declared Christians were only Christian in name (or by tradition).
+ The record for the most dumplings eaten in one sitting is around 57 (which you’d know is an insane number if you have ever eaten knedliky – they are starchy and very filling)
+ Sgt. Michael Strank (born in Jarabina, CZ) led the Marines who raised US flag over Iwo Jima in World War II on February 23, 1945. Sadly,he was killed one week later.
On this note I say adieu from this trip. But I can gladly recommend this country for a visit.