VIlla Santa Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
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... went to lunch at a nice place. I met some of the Romanians I met in Bucharest and Cluj. We hung out all day just seeing stuff and meeting more people. Not the longest of blogs. The people were so nice. The nurses all were offered jobs in Ireland so that was super awesome. I met people who are part of an NGO called AIESEC. I had never heard of it ...
Happy Birthday Becca. You're officially dying bc you're 30. ;) love ya Today I woke up and figured out which bus I wanted to take to Timisoara. It's the early bus at 5:30 bc there's only 2. I'm excited bc I met some Romanians from Timisoara. I'm going to contact them that I'll be in town tomorrow. I went to an open air museum. The weather was great. I worse a short sleeve shirt and jeans I rolled up my jeans bc they became really ...
... at the hostel. He and a friend wanted directions to go eat somewhere bc all the suggestions their hostel person gave them were closed. So I joined them for dinner. It was fun. I came back to the hostel by myself and met some Romanians and Moldovans. They were really cool. We stayed up and talked for a long time. Tomorrow I'm going to an open air museum. Hopefully the weather is ...
Gentle Readers I embarked on a dangerous and long journey to heal myself. As you know there has been sickness around me. My constitution is hampered and I suffer. Where did I try to go? The salt mines of Turda. On the info from a fellow traveller who swore by the healing prowess of the salt, Bibiana and I embarked towards Turda. We made it as far as the bus station Fany before we had our first problem. The bus wouldn't leave for 2.5 hours. The heartache ...
... 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 ...