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    Molnar Janos on the Meg

    I have think, after seeing some videos from the Molnar Janos Cave, yes that is the next place for diving. Ok i am a cave newbe but i think why not. So last year i have booked my fly to Budapest with easyjet from genf/switzerland. I booked the fly with 20 kg baggage plus my hand luggage, easyjet say`s no weight restriction.........

    I put all my gear in a bag and drive to friend who have a personal scale, i have had around 20 kg, perfect.......

    I arrived at the genf airport and the scale at the check inn say`s 27,5 kg and the women at the counter say`y 140 CHF (around 110,-- €) please. I say ok i see if i can somethink put into my hand luggage, after this still 23,5 kg and i pay 60,-- CHF ( 45€). At the gate the guy said, sorry but your hand luggage is to big, don`t discuss it with me we must to register it and it cost me additional 55 CHF (48 €) The fly start`s and after 2 hours a come out of the airport budapest to meet roland who organise the guide for the molnar janos and a place to sleep. At the same evening i do my first dive at molnar janos, that was phantastic, a beautyfull and great and big cave. After 3 restrictions (and a few more scratches on my meg) the cave opens to big tunnels, various stone formations and an average temperature of 23 degrees celsius.

    The best that the last deko stopp at 6 would be done at a place where the temperature is 29 degrees celsius.......

    All guys that i have meet theer are VERY friendly abd helpfully, when ever anybody don`t know where to go, go to Budapest and visit the Molnar Janos, this is really a journey worth (ok the next time per car) and the cave is very cool. For example we arrived a big hall around 250 meter inside, this hall was so big that the mainline was held in the MIDDLE of the hall via a plastic cannister (like the one where the sofnolime is shipped with) and from this main line are going 5 (yes five) other main lines into all the cardinal points.

    Molnar Janos guys, a cave rocks

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    Re: Molnar Janos on the Meg

    Markku,

    I'm glad you enjoyed your stay, and it seems that you made it home safely. Thanks for the writeup.

    Very Respectfully

    Roland

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