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Wow, February already. How did that happen! Today we had planned to have a wander around Bucharest city to see the 'sights' (of which there are minimal, if any...) but the weather saw to that. Just pouring down with rain. So I stayed in bed. The rain had eased off by about 11am to just a light drizzle, so we headed out anyway! The hotel is right in the 'centre', if such a thing exists and just outside were large old buildings and monuments. One ...
... Bucharest was situated in yet another dark, concrete, 'brutalist' apartment block. But once we'd climbed the seven flights of stairs, the hostel revealed itself to be a beautiful decorated, lively hostel, which really showed what a little interior decorating can do. As we walked up the stairs, Kevin and I wondered whether we were in the right place. 'If we hear Australian voices, then we will know it's a hostel,' I half-joked, but when we opened the hostel door, we were greeted by just ...
... pre-departure orientation on July 12th (more coming in the next post on this event) and it was a great experience. An upcoming event that is still in the works is the Summer school in Constanta on August 27-29, where will work with high school who are interested in U.S. study to get them started and on the right track to achieve their future goals. Some other projects that are in the works for me personally are some new videos about ...
... to help us. At that point we had no wi-fi and borrowing a phone to call the place didn't work because no one was picking up.We didn't know what to do and we were wondering if this hostel even existed, so we sent up a little prayer for help. Then we saw a taxi and decided to ask him if he knew the address and if he could show us on a map. He did, and so we decided to break our rule of no taxi's and just get him to drive us there. ...
... out really nice, it wasn’t as hot or spicy as some expected, I enjoyed it, but not the washing up (the cook groups prepare, cook and wash up, in turn, it’s not so bad)
I’ll be glad to get clear of Europe and these ex communist countries (they arent prepared for tourists yet, but I daresay other may find it different) the people are really glum, don’t smile too often
Oh, well Bulgaria in the ...