Got up eraly, caught the train to the airport, and caught my flight.
Landed in Budapest at around noon. Spent a couple hours getting to the hostel. After settling in and getting my bearings I was on my way out the door when the hostel manager mentioned that a bunch of people were going caving, about an hour later I was getting dirty again. The caving was great, clay caves, so lots of opertunities to get muddy and squeeze through nearly impassible wholes. There were 10 people, the guide and her cousin the only Hungarians, although everyone else was living in Hungary (well, one other hostel guest). The rest were Australian, Canadian, and I was the token American. Probably the highlight of the tour was the last half hour. Our guide had us take out one the batteries rendering our lights useless. We then spent the next half hour in an extreme team work exercise and found our way out of the cave on our hands and knees or stomaches in the pitch dark.
After the cave we had a beer together, and separated to clean up. We met up again at a restaurant (Fatâl) for a late diner a couple hours later. I had a spectacular Goulash and the meal was quite reasonable (less than $10 including drinks). A few bars, a club, and it was back to bed by 4am.