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It's about time I arrived here in Bucharest. After flying for so long it is hard to stay awake, the only time I got to sleep was the flight from Sydney to London which was a massive twelve and a half hours. The stopover in Sydney was almost 4 hours and the stop in London was 5, but luckily there were shops to kill time and places to eat. I arrived in Bucharest at 3:00 pm but because Bucharest is 7 hours behind Brisbane it was only 8 o'clock in the morning! I spent ...
Every day I am reminded how blessed I am. Usually it's by the beauty of my physical surroundings, whether it be a waterfall, a sunrise or the coolness of the air in the morning. Sometimes the reminder comes from an act of kindness from a fellow rider or exposure to knowledge or experience I otherwise would not have. Sometimes it's from a unique culinary or cultural opportunity. Sometimes it's from what my body manages ...
... double beds in a guest house and a meal out?!..ok only if I must!!
Luxury...although the meal turned out to be a rather faulty towers-like experience...which did not go down well with the extremely grumpy, tired and hungry boys!
Yesterday we reluctantly rose from our comfy night sleep and set off to the city!
Around mid day we met the first proper Romanian cyclist we'd seen (Romanians ...
Having left Marta's beautiful Hungarian hospitality we were on the road again. This time, on the road again for a loooonnnngg time. It was to be a ten hour truck day. We stopped at a supermarket to spend the remainder of our Forits on Haribo mainly... our usual border routine ..... and soon crossed into Romania. This was the first proper border control we experienced, with stern faced, uniformed, eastern European guards entering the truck requiring passports. Yet still no stamp ...
... n an almost empty wagon and we were not bored for a second. We enjoyed good books and very ınterestıng scenery. Unfortunately the weather has been very grey all week and the overcast skıes emphasısed the bleakness of decayıng towns and factorıes. The soıl ıs certaınly very fertıle and ıt seems ın many areas the land has been gıven back to nature as most goods are now ımported.