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... all the Christmas lights and decorations are absolutely EVERYWHERE all over town- so spectacular! I've never seen a whole city go so intense on their decorations- would have loved to have taken photos if we'd had time.. This morning after breakfast we caught the shuttle back to the airport and then the volunteer shuttle from the airport to Brasov (a 3 hour trip) :) Even though we were tired, the views made the road trip sooo worth it- we were ...
... about 2 hours with a group of mainly young backpackers, we start to question what is going on. The bus driver doesn't speak English. An official arrives and takes down details of everyone's passport. Finally another bus turns up we get in and they drive about 10 mins to the Turkey/Bulgarian border. Everyone off the bus officials collect everyone's passport, a few of us protest at having them taken away they just ignore us. Everyone back on ...
... Indian tiger. (http://www.ampbears.ro/en/adopt-a-bear )I saw a bear up a tree on my way in today. Bears are omni everything. You can’t escape them. When they’re not lying around with a food coma they walk, run at up to 30km/hour, swim and climb trees with not the least amount of stress. They just sort of mosey on up. Stop half way for a sniff and a think and then continue. 200kg of bear climbing straight up a ...
Today we spent most of the day just hanging around the hostel and chilling as we had to check out by 12 but could still use the hostels facilities until we had to leave, which was nice as our train wasn't until 18:55. It was also nice to relax as we were about to embark on the sleeper ...
... walking 20 minutes up hill.
The taxi takes us to the lower ticket office, but it is closed and we walk up half a km to the flat area on which Peles (pronounced Pelesh) Castle sits. The first view of the castle is stunning, and it only gets better the closer we get. We take great exterior photos of the genuine fairytale castle. We have to buy one adult and one senior ticket, 20+10 lei, but don’t bother with a ticket for photographing inside as ...