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Climbing on Kalymnos November 4, 2009

Posted by Elfi in Books, Climbing, Travelling.
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It was great 10 days at Kalymnos, Greece. Me and Hanka had so much fun. I managed to enter the grade 7a with a couple of on-sights at this level (including wished DNA) and Hanka earned the title ‘Blu Swiss Baby Ekavi The Monohiki Hatrefa, Resista‘ resembling the names of routes she successfully or nearly successfully leaded. It was a big step for her since she mostly did top rope in the past.

Happy after climbing DNA 7a, Grande Grotta, Kalymnos. October 2009.

dsc06883Photo: Hana Trefná

Hanka climbing Harakiri 6b, Spartacus, Kalymnos. October 2009.

dsc06964Photo: Unknown climber, thanks!

Climbing Ivi 7a+, Grande Grotta, Kalymnos. October 2009.

dsc06973Photo: Unknown climber, thanks!

Climbing Ivi 7a+, Grande Grotta, Kalymnos. October 2009.

dsc06976Photo: Unknown climber, thanks!

Climbing Ivi 7a+, Grande Grotta, Kalymnos. October 2009.

dsc06968Photo: Unknown climber, thanks!

Port in Pothia, Kalymnos. October 2009.

dsc06922Photo: Miroslav Dobšíček

Convent of Agioi Pantes in Pothia, Kalymnos. October 2009.

dsc06926Photo: Miroslav Dobšíček


The second day off out of two at total I spent at sofa reading Milan Kundera‘s Žert (The Joke) from cover to cover. I liked the book very much. It is quite similar in many aspects to his other novel Nesnesitelná lehkost bytí (The Unbearable Lightness of Being). Existentialism without a message …, wonderful.

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