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Sunday 8th August. Sauceni to Zalau (107km)
Getting up at an early time to hit the road hasn’t been our strong point but today was different. Perhaps it was because we were all curious at what Romania had to offer judging by our early impressions or the leaking hotel room; nether the less we left at a respectable 10am. Our early progress was again nullified as we realised after cycling 10km we had gone in the ...
... wagon plodding along the lane in front of you or to have two oncoming side-by-side cars speeding at you--one of which, you are mortified to see, is occupying your lane. But once you know these things, you adjust and everything moves along just fine. Besides, it is hard to out-crazy Gary behind the wheel of a car.
The portion of Romania known as Transylvania sits in the “U” formed by the Carpathian Mountains which curve through Romania. The “U” ...
... backwards, emerging nation. I checked in at the airport and eventually boarded a truly uneventful evening flight bound for Istanbul, Turkey. The wheels left the ground as the wings lifted us skyward. We headed southeast for a country that straddled two continents and I found myself laughing at the countless frustrations that occurred during my time in Easter Europe. I felt a sense of accomplishment for tackling Romania alone and without a ...
... my boat advance in the heart of the danube delta,our destination....canals after canals,fishermen,tourists,all of them trying to memorize the landscapes,the birds fly,the plants and ...all images.. from the villagge,in a smnall boat,a visit i on some nice lakes...white tailed eagle is our guide,the pelicans are our ...
WOW! What a fun experience in Viscri! But before we get there...first we stopped the minibus to visit a village called Saschiz, the village of The Seven churches. Only one of the seven churches is still standing from 1493. It is known as a fortified church, which was a type of Transylvanian church that was not only used for religious purposes but also had defensive roles in order to protect the congregation. Right up the hill from the ...