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... the planet. Highlighted by the beautiful wooden churches, with their tall spires and intricately carved gates that were sprinkled throughout the region. The main church was surrounded by lush gardens and traditional Romanian buildings, perfect for an evening of exploration off the beaten track. Dinner was a unique experience at the Casa Lurca restaurant. With very little English spoken by the staff, Rose and I eventually ordered ...
... the little old lady’s photo against the traditional decorated well in the yard.
At Caribaba, we pass a church with lots of people all in National Dress, and we see people walking. One feature of the national dress is a slipper that’s tied at the back with a thong. Some were zigzagged up the leg, and worn with socks. According to tradition, the younger girls had brighter and lighter colours, and as the women get older the colours get darker, until ...
... it was only the early afternoon. I had made sure I had my passport with me in case I had time to cross the border into the Ukraine. So off I headed in the opposite direction for the five kilometer walk to the border.
My biggest problem crossing the border was the lack of signage. I kept getting in trouble for not being in the right place, the right line, or at the second window, not the first or third. I have observed that Europeans seem to ...
Maramureş - Botiza
Maramures is a region in Northwestern Romania of Carpathian hills and green valleys, somewhat isolated by high mountain passes. Largely agricultural and known for its unique wooden churches, it promotes its "medieval peasant past," as the communist industrial drive missed this part of the country!
- The drives themselves
- The hospitality at Pension ...
... of an adventure. It turned out that they have limited roadsigns, particularly the route we wanted to take. We ended up in Targu Lapis, which was even further south and east than planned. We then struck gold and finally found a sign to Cavnic. It was plain sailing from there as there was only one road through the mountains. The Romanian forests were beautiful.
We had directions to a guesthouse that even a blind monkey could follow. ...