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... presence was sponsored by a Dutch community who support the children's home and have opened a hairdressers in the village. One of the girls is now 18 and this will be the start of her career. There are some wonderful people out there!
This is undoubtedly a complicated socio-economic region. There are layers of history and threads binding communities together or trapping them in the past. Being a visitor for such a short time has ...
... On reflection though we realised that at a similar age, we were learning to drive cars. We wondered about this fellow's ambitions.
The other exceptionally good news is that Dave, after several aborted attempts and hours of frustration, managed to load the Garmin maps. He eventually got up at 3.30 am when no one else in camp was on line. There’s a modum in an attic here where the reception is best. Apart from nearly freezing in the ...
... shortly after opening time and there was no queue to get in. By the time we came out there was a queue of about 100 metres long. It's believed that Bram Stoker who wrote the Dracula novel used Bran Castle as the home for Dracula.
We headed for the Transfargaran Road which is the road described by Top Gear as the best
in the world. We saw a couple of rally cars on ...
So after 4 days in Hungary we headed to Romania via Debrecen
where we needed to change money and get fuel and some gas for our cooking. The
easy part was fuel and money change the gas part was difficult until we came
upon an out of the way place called Dorcus Camping which runs a camp site 12 km
out of town where they also look after poor children from broken families.
Anyway they thought we look like we needed help and they rang a chap who
appeared some ...
... and I would bite my tongue.
My mind would then enter the mind of the wildebeest. You do see this, don't you? Yes, he see's it, but he's hesitant. I don't understand why. It's the decisive move of the match. It will devastatingly tip the balance. You must make that move. Make it. MAKE IT!!!
I prevail over the mind of the wildebeest. The move is in fact devastating. It's a trap and the wildebeest is taken down yet again.