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... the pipes. We tell him plumber. He agrees, he has heard that word. He tells me he has worked all over in Romania, Hungary, Italy, even Chicago and New York. He tells me his cousin is a driver, he worked in Chicago as a driver for my president Obama many years ago. I am pretty sure he is embellishing. Again he tells me to be careful, that even he had his wallet taken by a bad gypsy. Victor is a Good Gypsy. Victor's family does not appear to speak English - at ...
Thunder boomed us awake before dawn, then I fell back asleep and dreamed that our tour for the day would have to be canceled, but by the time we were to meet Florin, it was fine. 2 villages planned for today, Viscri was the first. A rutted sometimes paved road took us past a ...
... told us in his limited English to wait for a taxi here. We found one parked just outside the large lot we were in and he knew exactly where the hostel was that we wanted to go to. On the way the driver asked where we are from and when we told him Canada, his face lit up as he told us how his sister lives in Toronto and working towards her citizenship. The ride was just under $3 CDN and we passed parks and walking streets along the way making me excited to ...
... sponsored by a factory during the communist era. He told us about climbing the Lions in Vancouver among many others. It seemed like every time we had a question or story, he was able to relate it to some crazy adventure of his own-- very nonchalantly. It was clear as soon as we had entered the town of Bran that is was a "famous" location-- tons of hotel and restaurants all advertising Dracula in some way. All the little shops and stands were full of fangs, ...
... at no extra charge), wee kitchen and musty bathroom. It's in the old town, just across the street from the main square, squeezed in among other apartments behind the stores. My window looks out at a parking lot with gardens. Just outside of my apartment is a sweet flower garden sitting in the rubbley courtyard.
The next day I explored the foot of Mount Tampa, walking along the outside of the city wall, where the townsfolk jog and children play. I came across what I ...