This is some of their money. Every 25 koruna is worth an American dollar. I never could get the hang of it. So, their 200 bill was worth $8 in ours. Is that the right conversion?
This was interesting. They had several “Thai Massage” places which I was interested in but was hesitant to go to since I didn’t know what I would be getting into. But a few of these massage places had tanks of these little fish in them and people would be sitting in them letting the fish swim all around their feet. I don’t know if it was cleaning or massaging?
This is the way people beg over there. We only saw a few beggars, and they all had their heads bowed down sitting on their knees. I thought it was so humble until Kent dropped some money in a guy’s hat and a few minutes later he passed us on the bridge smoking and laughing like it was a joke. Oh well, we had good intentions….
This was one of my favorite things, their trdelnik! Yummy! They make this treat on a little fire and turn it as they caramelize the cinnamon and sugar on the outside. It tastes delicious like that but some places give you an option of fillings. I chose chocolate of course. The guys chose caramel. You could also get nutella and vanilla. I am not usually tempted by this type of treat, but it was delicious and worth the calories!
Until next time……