South Bohemian Weekend

South Bohemian landscape

Last weekend I joined the local chapter of IAESTE on a trip to Southern Bohemia. We were 50 people from about 20 different countries so there were a lot of different talks and a good atmosphere.

Friday we drove to a camp site on the Vltava River were we camped for the night while making Czech sausages and drinking pivo around the camp fire.

Camp fire

Next morning we got up and got suited for a canoe ride seven kilometers down the river.

Getting ready to get in the water

It was a warm day with temperatures up to about 35 degrees so it was great day for cruising on the river. I think Dennis and I capsized 4 or 5 3 times during the sailing because we had to get through a couple of falls which we werent very good at.

I ended up getting my camera wet so no more pictures from me that day. Instead Im borrowing some from Dennis who was a bit more thoughtful with his camera.

We sailed until we reached Cesky Krumlov which is a really magical town with a huge castle overlooking the town. The centre of the town itself is also very beautiful. The city center is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Here is one of Dennis pictures overlooking the town from the castle.

Sunday we went to see the real Budweiser brewery in esk

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  1. […] Student Organizations I had been a volunteer in Erasmus Student Network (ESN) in Aalborg while in university and when I went to US for a trainee-ship I went with IAESTE. These are both international student run organizations that has local chapters at a lot of universities across the world. One of the first things I tried to do when I knew I was going to Prague was to get on the two organizations mailling lists in Prague. It wasnt easy and it took some work to find the right people to ask but eventually I got on both lists. ESN was inactive during the summer so it was through IAESTE we got the most contacts. A lot of the people we met were trainees that has left the city again but a few has continued in real jobs. With the trainees we did a lot of trips inside of Czech. […]

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