VIlla Santa Maria
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August 23- 2015
The roads across the mountain passes in central Romania were on our initial "must do" list so after a morning walk up the valley behind Fundu Moldovei, we headed off.
A superb section of road went over a mountain and then deteriorated somewhat as we went through one village after another.
Being a Saturday there were several weddings – many were using horse and carts as the mode ...
... van and tried one of the snacks at the food stall. Baked in foil over hot coals the woman described it as a baguette. Sounds good but it tasted terrible! Very yeasty, sour and crumbly and eaten with a fork, and it came with yoghurt. Seemed to be popular with everybody else.
Once the road was open we carried on but by now the weather had closed in, and it was really ...
realised we were not going to make the campsite we had intended on getting to.
So at a very old and ****** camping sign we turned off the road into an orchard
that looked like it was a camping place some 10 years ago. Pulled up and
quickly had dinner with the intent of erecting the tent when it got dark.
Well apparently we had been spotted and before long the
owner appeared and in sign language indicated that if we were going to sleep
here it was okay. ...
... jeans. I put the outer shell of my ski jacket on and they kept me dry. My bags are a little wet though. A nice lady gave me a plastic bag to put my jeans in. I was searching for a bag bc I couldn't remember if I had one or not. I'm hoping my place has laundry or somewhere I can hang up my jeans. Timisoara is really pretty. I met the hostel people ...
... of it. We were completely stopped and turned off the car just like many others. It was pouring rain, so we decided to stay in the car, although with the language barrier, I'm sure we wouldn't have learned much if we tried to ask someone what the hold up was. Even once traffic started moving again we never saw anything that would have told us what had held us up. Nevertheless, we were extremely grateful for the easy ride back once we were moving ...