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... got lost around all the pedestrianised Old Town. Lots of bars (all closed) and a few shops (again all closed). But bumped into a few pretty buildings - the national bank, another bank building, the national history museum. Nothing overly exciting though. There were a few small churches scattered around, services were going on inside. And beggars loitering outside. After a couple of hours of wandering around, there wasn't much left to see and ...
I arrived to Bucharest around noon. Passport control took only thirty seconds and I quickly changed some Dollars into Romanian Lei. Once outside, I paid 7 Lei (About $2) for a two-way fare on bus 783 to Bucharest (it is not possible to purchase a one-way fare).
After boarding the bus, it quickly filled up, but I was lucky to get a seat. I was sweating for most of the trip as the air conditioning was not functioning. Next to me ...
... a Turkish backpacker.
“Oh so you've finally woken up?” Michael asked.
The Turkish guy looked extremely hungover and had a head of wild, curly hair.
“Yeah, I was out until six in the morning,” he replied. “So what are you doing in Romania guys? Going out, meeting girls?”
“We're just travelling around for twelve days – mainly staying in Transylvania, seeing Brasov, Cluj Napoca, Sighisoara and Sibiu. Should ...
... the flight on the first outing of my shiney new passport. All 3 check-in staff felt the need to scrutinise the passport before letting me board. They must have been shocked to see something other than a Romanian ID card. This won't be the only time I will be the sole non-Romanian on board!
Today was a clear blue day across continental Europe, barely a cloud in the sky, making for perfect flying conditions. At one point I could even ...
... and many students have gone home, most of those that remain are working.
My room is on the first floor by the lobby and kitchen, and the laundry is at the other end of the hall. In my room, there are three beds, a desk, a tv, a refrigerator, side tables for each bed, wardrobe and small bathroom. It is about the same size as my Chinese dorm but has carpet on the floor and beds that give. In fact the beds are so soft I had a ...