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... chat to their neighbours and examine the wares that are set out at street side stalls. (Stalls offer home produce. Now they have giant tomatoes, onions, scrawny mealie cobs and apples.) Competitors are about 20 metres apart. I feel so guilty buying from one and not another.
Sometimes it’s easier to go to the supermarket. Interestingly the village shop is cheaper for veg than the stalls but they have twice refused to sell me ...
... we were included in the sit down dinner. We had three courses – a substantial soup, turkey, rice and salad followed by a substantial 'cakey’ pud plus a jug of local wine. They charge for this was €8 per person. The conversation in a mixture of Dutch and English was highly entertaining.
The next morning we had a special air show set against the clear, pale blue sky. It started with a few storks flying overhead. As ...
... we didn't see much of the view. We stayed the night just over the top by a hotel. The road down the other side also twisted and turned but it was down through trees and valleys. The huge concrete Vidraru Dam is on this side too. Unfortunately we have no photos of this side as the camera didn't download properly and the photos were deleted from the camera before we realised.
... then said to me how about you give him one of our
caps we brought along. And so I did and he was very happy. He had a very large
scare on his head from a previous accident and so was happy with the hat to
offer some protection.
Excellent sleep and early rise. We headed in the direction
of a town called Sibiu where we found a camp for the night and intend on
driving the famous Romania road that featured on TopGear some time back. ...
... of bloody big signs, in Romanian and English, pointing it out. I did say you see an entirely different aspect when you reverse the direction of your ride didn't I?
The ruined fortress is on a rocky peak hundreds of metres above the road. The only access is via a steep path with over 400 steps. In full biking gear and unsecured luggage on the bikes down below that ain't gonna happen.
So we make do with a few ...