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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 ...
... was choking her. He had been drinking and when my daughter started yelling at me, he snapped. He was extremely strong and was using all his force to keep her pinned down. I still don't know where my son and I got the strength from to pull him off her, but I will never forget the look in my daughter's eyes as she lay there gasping for breath. And when he said he would do it again, something inside me broke into pieces and I knew what I had to do.
As I ...
... br> - Another monastery (can't remember the name) - home to 12 nuns, consisting of several beautifully carved wooden buildings.
Back for dinner at our homestay, we were given the alternative of private transport to our next destination, rather than a 4am start with an 8 hour journey. So we made a beeline for the bottle of Palinka (plum brandy) and a pack of cards, settling in for the evening, to toast the ...
... and it is actually a good thing that the rain soiled my bright shiny car. I arrived at Botiza, again the end of the road, a tiny road off another smaller road! I won't adequately describe this tiny village of about 3000, but it is a collection of wooden structures along a dirt road, set along a little creek, but still the road is Plaza Mayor. I attracted a bit of attention as I drove back and forth a few times to find my ...