Took a morning train to Vienna at 8.05am (29 Euros, 6 hours, switched train at Maribor). I walked from Ayda place and the walk + run took me almost 40 mins, I almost missed the train by just a minute.
This was my second time to Vienna. Vienna is quite pretty with some very nice looking buildings and architecture. Vienna’s downtown area is a UNESCO world heritage site and has a population of 1.7 millions people. Vienna is very touristy and things are quite expensive here.
Vienna and Bratislava are the closest capital in the world, around 80 km apart. The bus (Slovakline) is cheaper than the train which cost 14 Euros and took 1.5 hours.
Wy?wietl wi?ksz? map?
Arrived at Bratislava and found my way to Patio Hostel. I remembered they advertised the price on the web for 8 Euros but walk in price is 15 Euros. The receptionist is quite nice to borrow me the internet to do a reservation before checking in.
To readers out there, I am sorry I haven’t been updating the blog because I have been moving to different countries daily and don’t have time to write stuffs so far. I will update soon
Took the 9am train to Ljubljana. (90 Krona, around 18 Euros, 2.5 hours). Got a last minute replied by Ayda so I did another couch surf there.
Ljubljana is a small city with around 250,000 people. Slovenia is a small country with just 2 millions people and many of those are immigrants from the balkans.
View from the castle
Since the normal ticket from Ljubljana to Vienna is around 60 Euros, I decided to try my luck on hitch hiking. Ayda dropped me at a highway, after spending some time standing a bus driver advised me to try to hitch hike at another location called Smelt. Took bus 7 and 8 there. After waited for almost 3 hours, I decided that today is not my day and went back to the train station and got a special ticket for tomorrow morning.
Unsucessful attempt to hitch hike to Vienna