Then came the first evening. We arrived at the campsite, which opened in 40 minutes. It wasn’t such a classic camp, where in the meantime you pitch a tent and go pay for it. There were various caravans and no tents, we didn’t know where to put it. We were cold, it was blowing and it was raining a bit. We were really looking forward to being in the tent. And now watch out! Here is my guaranteed tip on how to handle camping this winter! If you follow it, you will be able to do it with the left back. NEVER PLEASE NEVER LOOK AT A BOOKING OR OTHER SUCH APPLICATION HOW MUCH ACCOMMODATION UNDER A ROOF COSTS NEAR YOU ARE! It can happen to you, just like us, that you will find a piece of accommodation that is a few hundred crowns more expensive than the total you will pay for camping. Yes, you guessed it right, I each paid an extra 150, – and we got a wonderful accommodation in a private cottage. We said we would enjoy the first day and of course we would go under the tent the next day.
And how did it turn out? We said every day that we would really camp the next day. Every day, the price also rose from the original CZK 1,850 per night to a maximum of CZK 4,500 per night. And we paid and kept thinking that today it’s cold, it’s very windy, it’s snowing, hail is falling, we’re wet, we have nowhere to dry things, that we just won’t be so good in that tent today and it’s a holiday after all. We never managed to camp J But we met the people they set up there, they didn’t have as happy expressions as we did, some even admitted that they changed their minds after a few days or that the wind mentioned the tent to them. Others pretended that it was absolutely easy to camp outside in these conditions, and in another group we saw in the expressions of the girls that they envy us that we do not have to sleep outside with their boys. And how did our boys carry it? Of course, they set up under the tent for us girls 🙂