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... the road. Sadly as we rode south the weather changed. Like Superman looking for a phone box, we scanned the roadside for a bus shelter. Just in time we found what we were looking for and donned our waterproofs.
Just before the Romanian border we passed through the town of Szeged. So many beautiful buildings but sadly no opportunity to stop. The city obviously was prosperous, and indeed still is, being at the centre ...
... happening in the fray recently have been a bit of homesickness, booking in some time working on farms in Turkey and planning a week by the Black Sea. All this moving around this way and that, it can be tiring we have discovered. Whilst our day to day lives at home can be challenging, they are largely predictable, and all the big stuff in planned out usually months in advance. That's not to say we don't enjoy the rush much of experiencing so many new things, but ...
As the birth place of the Romanian Revolution I was quite keen to explore this town.
In mid December 1989 protests broke out against the governments attempted removal of Laszlo Tokes the head of the reformed Hungarian Church as he had spoken out against the government earlier that year. Protests quickly spread to other ...
So back to earlier blog post about the taxis driver. That experience could have happened anywhere. I just want people to be sure that I'm not judging Moldova based on that one guy. Sexual violence is a thing that can and does happen to women while traveling. BUT in all of my traveling experience I had one bad experience. I've never had anything stolen from me which most backpackers have experienced. I wouldn't let my one bad experience deter ...
I have the worst luck with public transport. Seriously.
We were told the train to Brasov left at 8:20am. We got up with plenty of time, stopped for breakfast and snacks at the mini-mart, and made it with time to spare.
Or so we thought.
It turns out the train actually left earlier, and by the time we got to the ticket counter we only had two minutes to purchase and get to the furtherest platform. In other words, not enough time.