. . . not really, but it does rain, and it was raining Buda side when we arrived on Friday night. We recorded the Hungarian rain, have a listen below. Since Friday we have been having a blast, we’ve met and interviewed poets, recorded rain, accordion players, bellydancers and drummers, performed some well-received poetry at the Budapest Bardroom on Sunday night, and installed the library both at the Bardroom and at Treehugger Dan’s, which is where we remain for the rest of the week. We are also doing another poetry reading, tomorrow night from 7pm at Treehugger if you can make it down. Otherwise, please come along, sign up as a member or come and talk to us about poetry. Library members as of 23.33pm, Monday July 10th, 81. Woo hoo Budapest. We love you.
The first thing we do when we arrive in a new city...flypost!
Where the library is installed all this week, from Monday July 10th through to Friday July 14th from 10am until 7pm. Do we have a dedicated librarian on board . . . ? Yes we do!
How to say Free Poetry Library . . . Would You Like to Join? in Hungarian
What new library members are entitled to when they sign up . . . to bag a free haiku!
Our itinerant librarian at her poetry library office today . . . Monday July 10th
The Poetry Library installed today at Treehugger Dan’s
Everyday we also set out our washing line of poems and a new selection of books . . . yes we are carrying that many . . .
The Poetry Library installed at the Budapest Bardroom where we also performed our poetry reading on Sunday July 9th
Bellydancers we happened across on a Budapest street . . . audio to feature in our Budapest podcast!
A Budapest bar
Where we lived on Friday, Saturday and Sunday night in Budapest
Thanks couchsurfing host Lilla!
The Alibi. Just like in Norwich
One for the ladies . . . Hungarian ones perchance?
An old Budapest street sign sits above the new replacement complete with new name . . .