Pensiunea Teleptean

Vadu Izei, nr. 320, Vadu Izei, Maramures County, 495638, Romania | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on Vadu Izei, nr. 320, Vadu Izei, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Vadu Izei

The Happiest Cemetery in Romania

A travel blog entry by madanaki on May 07, 2014

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... the French Govt were flying gypsies back home and giving them €300 each to stay in Romania. Some of them were doing this three or four times a year! Probably works out cheaper for the French Govt than dealing with the social issues they create in France. The Romany people make up about 20% of the Romanian population.

Some of the houses here are massive. Big McMansion style 4 or 5 bedroom joints that look quite modern compared with some of the more ...

We're not sure where we are, but its Romania

A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad on Aug 22, 2013

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... owner was going to have a nip of his own brew he'd get on the drums for 5 minutes, beating a warning to all that he was in the process of getting drunk. His wife was just as eager to see the tourists consume a portion of their paint stripper, persistantly trying to push shot glasses into our hands. A couple of those shots and Ivan was roaring like a Bear. Romania, it seems, suspends regulations relating to local "rocket fuels", ...

Breb...or is that Brigadoon...

A travel blog entry by newbeginnings on Oct 11, 2011

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... br> I do have to recognize at this point that there is a language difference. In French I know, and I assume in both Hungarian and Romanian, they use one word to mean "Let's Go". In French they would say "Allez". So when they translate, they do a very literal translation. Even Istvan would often say to me "Come". For those of us who speak English as our Mother Tongue, this comes across as rude, abrupt and somewhat bossy. ...

Triumph and Forgiveness in Barsana...

A travel blog entry by newbeginnings on Oct 10, 2011

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... said "Bună dimineaţa" (Good Morning) but then shrugged and said I didn't speak Romanian. She was very curious, so I said, pointing to myself, "from Canada". She then got all excited and said "Ah, Can-ah-dah" which is how all the people I met said Canada. She pressed my hand and gave me a big smile.

After she walked away, I found myself looking at the Suspension Bridge. I have never been able to cross one because of my fear of heights. This ...

Mountain mayhem

A travel blog entry by marmite_boy on Sep 08, 2010

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... t speak English but luckily one of her colleagues did and was able to translate. As soon as she realised i was asking she looked very confused and couldn't understand why i wanted a cyrillic map even thought i couldn't speak or understand Ukrainian. There was however method in my madness as all the road signs are written in cyrillic so although i cant understand they key etc it makes navigating much easier. It worked really well and navigating was much easier although its quite ...