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... the car was a bit like playing an arcade game where the obstacles are coming at you in a random manner. In the end it was better to overtake the local, at least that way I had more of a chance to spot and avoid the bigger holes.
Eventually we rejoined a main road and for the final few kilometres to Bran and Dracula's castle. Now the connections between this castle and Bram Stoker's character are tenuous ...
... say a Romanian man gave me flowers. I honestly think he gave it to me as a gesture of welcome. He kissed my hand too-do you know some of them do that as a greeting to a lady? It's socially acceptable here-that's actually kind of awesome. It's much nicer than a handshake-you feel like such a lady; like a precious gift! I might add though if an Australian man did that to me I wouldn't know what to do; I would think he was just being a larrikin which he would be ...
... their jacksie, through their body, cleverly missing all the vital organs and then out through their mouths, before hoisting them upright and letting them take around two or three days to slither down the pole to a slow and a hideous death. If they liked you, they would give you a short, fat stick so you would die much sooner of shock. That's why Vlad had such a bad rep.
Vlad's dad, was bestowed the title of Dracul, by his mates the Hungarians, ...
Last weekend, I finally had the chance to see a bit more of Transylvania, and boy… did I ever! We were given a 3-day weekend, so Craig flew into Cluj, we rented a car and hit the road. The plan was to meet the rest of the team in Brasov on Sat evening.
I have to say, and I think that Craig will agree (cause he did all the driving), that Romanians are amongst the craziest drivers on the planet. I know, I know, we've all seen ...
... Moldova. (yes, I said Moldova) was uneventful. Making our way through those Romanian hills= not a smooth ride- but a good one nonetheless. The customs and passport checks went well and only took 1 hour each- arrival in Chisinau successful!! (capital of Moldova!).
Also- must come back to Romania. Lovely scenery, lovely people, wonderful food. It resonates with my soul- must come back.