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... had, in fact, completed this mission and taken a picture; unfortunately we never showed it to Marius and perhaps he didn't really care. He was a theatrical sort of guy. He finished showing us our rooms and led us back to the main common room, pointing at a sex club card which had been left on a small table. “I just want you to know that we are not in any way affiliated with this sex stuff.” And you know what? I believed him.
We began walking around Bucharest that night ...
... Hurray, Brasov! No, wait, I can't open the train door. I've never seen any door handle quite so complicated. In this way, i discovered the hidden bonus of having a corridor-standing man on board: door opening assistance. I got off the train.
Accommodation very easy to find (and not just because I took a taxi!) and found my local 24 hour supermarket stocking all the essentials (read: chocolate). Already had a wander through ...
... she and I would go together to the office. I had the foresight to ask for her picture before leaving China, so I had some hope of actually finding her. It turned out I arrived before her and saw her approach but I wasn't confident enough it was her. Likewise she saw me and wasn't sure. In the end we approached each other at the same time and started laughing at ourselves for the awkward indecision. She was the only people in my office ...
... of being social in a bar. Not even alcohol could loosen them up... they were determined to frown, nurse their drinks and sit in silence. We got out of there and found a club that was celebrating Micheal Jackson. The beer was flowing, the people were dancing and the ladies were smiling.....We were home!
Off to Transylvania.. to search for Vlad the Impaler
... was booed then taken away in a helicopter to his death.
Really interesting city, Bucharest.
Ian is such an interesting bloke; he has done an incredible amount of stuff:
Twenty years ago, he was a Jesus fearing decon and senior detective and now he's an atheist/humanist/ever so slightly buddhist running a homelessness project in Bucharest.
Crazy eh? You never know where the ambiguity of life will take you!