Monday, November 10, 2014

Tangerine jam, olive paste and a group of NTM leaders :)

On Saturday afternoon the group organized a little time out. Scott and I weren't going but then his old friend, Hanzi invited us to go as his guests. And you can't turn that down, can you. We had such a lovely afternoon. Here are some pictures that speak a thousand words...or however that saying goes :)
Szombat delutan a csoporttal egy kis kirandulasra mentunk. Eloszor nem akartunk menni, de aztan Scott egyik regi baratja, Hanzi meghivott bennunket mint vendegeit. Es azt nem lehet visszautasitani :) Nagyon szep delutan volt. 

First we visited a traditional fishing cottage on the sea.
This is Antonio, director of NTM Italy with his middle daughter, Sofia.
Eloszor egy hagyomanyos halasz kunyhot latogattunk meg. 
Ez itt Antonio, a misszionk olasz vezetoje kozepso lanyaval, Sofiaval.
Walking out to the water on the "moving" bridge
Meneteles a mozgo hidon
Fishing boat model
Halasz hajo modell
The owner of the cottage (left) is doing a little lecture on the history of the fishing cottage 
A halasz kunyho tulajdonosa rovid eloadast tart a kunyho torteneterol
Benjamin loved being "on" the water on this windy day
Benikenek nagyon tetszett a mozgo hid
We could taste local products and delicacies for example the tangerine jam and olive paste on rosemary toast.
Helyi borokat es inyencsegeket kostolhattunk meg pl. mandarin dzsemet es oliva kremet.
Lovely ladies
A holgyek
Then we went to a little town on top of the mountain where they had a festival. They offered local wines and foods for tasting. They had sausages, pancetta, fried pizzas and mortadella... We ended up eating a pancetta sandwich...Delictable! 
Aztan egy kis hegyi varosba mentunk el ahol bor-kostolo fesztivalt tartottak. Mindenfele helyi borokat es inyencsegeket lehetett kostolni. Kolbaszokat, sult pizzat, pancettat....Mi szalonnas szendvicset ettunk, nagyon finom volt. 

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