That morning on my way to the central station. The door doesn't open automatically there. You have to press that yellow button.. I always forgot that and end up waiting in front of the door like a fool (-_-")
This is the centrum where you can get the train schedule and purchase tickets. It's really convenient... Go to the info counter and they'll print out the schedule for you. I bought the 2-way ticket to Kutna Hora and I think the most convenient part is you can freely choose the train that suits your schedule. We don't have to worry about missing the train.. Well, if you missed it, at least you only have to worry about getting there later than you intend to and need not buy a new ticket. O ya, from what's written on the ticket, the ticket is valid for 2 days from the date printed on it.
So.. While waiting for the train to arrive, I sat at a cafe enjoying a cup of mocha. There was an Arab lady with her son there. Her son was talking to a white man. She looked at me and I smiled :)
Arab lady: Muslim??
GG: Yes, I'm a Muslim
Tiba2 dia menadah tangan tinggi2 \\(".)
"ALHAMDULILLAH!! ALHAMDULILLAH!! ALHAMDULILLAH!! MUSLIM ALHAMDULILLAH!!"
I obviously didn't see that coming and was startled and don't know how to respond. Well, I haven't seen any Muslim tourist in Prague yet at that time and those two were the first ones. I guess she haven't met any Muslim tourist either; perhaps longer than me
GG: Alhamdulillah (^^")
Hlavni nadrazi.. that means main station.. I think that's the only thing that I can pronounce in Czech, HLAVNI NADRAZI because I heard that like hundreds of times at the train station. I asked a cashier what's 'thank you' in Czech on my first day in Prague. It sounds like "Cakui". Because I wasn't sure about it, I decided to just say thank you in English.. Rupanya memang la lebey kurang "Cakui". Thank you is "Dekuji"
pronounced as "Jekui" (^^")
And after 2 hours 12 mins train journey, voilla! I present to you the small town of Kutna Hora (^^)
It's extremely small.. Macam pekan Putatan ni la lebey kurang... And you can finish the whole town area on foot for about.. 3 hours, I think... Why I choose Kutna Hora of all places?? Because it's in the UNESCO World Heritage list hehe
That's Church of St Barbara. It was designed by the same person who designed St. Vitus and that's why the spires look kind of similar.
The chapels inside
The yard in front of the church.
I was trying to get some good pictures of the church from the steps when a group of primary school students walked by. Some were throwing snow balls at each other and. I stopped taking pictures to watch them *comel sangat mata biru hidung mancung!!*
And to my surprise, all of them stopped, looked at me and suddenly
"Hello!! Hello! Hello!" sambil lambai2 tangan
Tergelak aku.. Ada rasa macam artis.. Ada rasa macam maskot juga.. Hehehe
Thank you tong sampah for this picture.
The statues at the path to the church
One of the statue near the Italian court. I don't know who is this though.
I actually snap this to show it to my mom... (^^) she loves flowers but she can never admit that she doesn't have the green fingers and ironically, her anti-dirt daughter have them haha seriously I have green fingers and I'm a lucky angler too haha but I hate having dirt stuck in my nails~ *bimbo di situ*
The Gothic Stone Fountain.. Nothing much.. Not functioning anymore.. Was just there because it's in the attraction list
This is the Gothic Stone House. It's very old and actually it is said to be a local museum but then it was closed when I was there. Slamat czech crown aku.. Curiousity can lead to bankruptcy~ But seriously, it's well preserved
And after I finished with all the attractions at the centre, I went back to the train station to take the train back to kutna hora mesto to go to this building; the one that I was actually excited about. Seldec Ossuary \(^^)/
There was this embarrassing moment when I was inside the train. I was actually confused on which station was closest to the ossuary because there was a small station called Seldec in the middle. So I actually stood and walked to the door to hop off the train when suddenly the huge non-English speaking conductor stood in front of me to block the door.
GG: Seldec ossuary??
Conductor: *Geleng geleng*
GG: Seldec ossuary??
Conductor: *Masih geleng geleng*
So I just walk back to my seat and waited for the train to arrive at the next station.. I was blushing because everybody was watching.. Sedapkan hati "Aku jumpa dorang ni sekali jak seumor hidop.."
I think it was actually nice of him to have stopped me from getting off at the wrong station.. But it was just awkward to be blocked like that.. I'm so small and he was so huge... And he gave me that fierce expression on his face haha
I don't know if anybody would find this place interesting. But I did!!! Okay actually the whole area used to be a cemetery then one day they want to build a chapel there and they have to excavate some of the graves (some?? macam many jak) and the remains were then used to decorate the interior.
I really like this chandelier (^^)
Actually, the place it quite small.. Luckily there were not that many tourist that day
The signature of the carpenter who did all the creative works with the bones and skulls!
Actually there's another huge church just across the street. Okay this was the exhibit that attract me the most. That's not a corpse... But this is a tomb of someone important. Terkejot jugakla mula2.. Ingatkan corpse hehe
Anyway.. Actually, you will have to walk a few hundred meters from the train station to get to the ossuary.. Well, this was the day when my leg became stiff and I was literally dragging my left foot all the way to the hostel. I guess I overused it and it might have run out of those fluid in the joint (guna laymen term yeah)... Dan kisah selanjutnya adalah macam mana aku decide pi Austria...
Sempat lagi ambil pic ni masa sakit kaki tu kan (^^)