SS Residence Romana
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... good shape. We were tied with one other group so our team got a bottle of wine. It was fun and made for a nice ending to our day of cruising.
April 30th, Thursday
In the morning we docked in Serbia and following our breakfast took the shore excursion to visit Belgrade (White City). We met with our tour guide and took a general tour of the city of Belgrade.
... that comes along with a minimum wage job. Sorina, at 22, is likely more accomplished than many of the people she served coffee. A little food (McFood?) for thought: you never know who's serving you those fries. Be nice to service workers! Your friendly drive thru cashier could be a future lawyer of Romania, and your fake Australian accent is a waste of her time.
Real accents, on the other hand, are always welcome, from one traveler to another.
Until next time (Or as they say in Romanian, "ba!"),
... no spots left.
After walking around the city for several hours, I decided to go back to the apartment and rest. At night, I went back to the supermarket to purchase some food items for my train ride, and returned to the apartment and finish packing. At 10:30 PM on the dot, the owner of the apartment from the Interland Group knocked on the door of the apartment to make sure I was leaving at the exact time we had agreed.
As the Turkish guy began giving tips about how to score with Romanian women (apparently you need to just come up from behind and grab them) Kevin and I were greeted by Marius, the well-dressed, tall, handsome young hostel owner.
“Hey guys! You are..Peter Van Dort! With a German surname, am I right?”
“Well sort of. Dutch.”
“Hm. And you're from Australia? Where in Australia?”
“I'm from Melbourne, Kevin is ...
... policy changes) to boost Romania's population, causing many women to look elsewhere for abortions, often being hurt during them. Ceaușescu also led Romania into extreme foreign debt by borrowing more than $13 billion and in an effort to return the money, ordered the export of Romanian agricultural and industrial production. The domestic shortages that followed made life extremely difficult for Romanian civilians. ...