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... an Australian guy who had arrived earlier that day, decided we would take part. I figured I was unlikely to get the opportunity again, and all for a great cause (at least I think it was for charity) we paid our entry fee, kitted up and headed into the starting area, where there was a stage for the after party. the run itself started at 5, but there was a warm up starting at 4. while most people took part in this, I decided that, being an experienced distance ...
... the old town where we relaxed with a couple of beers and typically heavy Romanian cuisine. It all sounds like a pleasant day, except it was excruciatingly hot and we were nearly unable to move at the end of the day.
After checking out the next morning, Kevin and I asked Marius if we could leave our bags at reception.
“No,” he said, bluntly.
“Oh,” I replied, sensing another Romanian refusal of service.
“I'm joking!” ...
... was due three days after my arrival. But now I am happy to report those things, and more, are all behind me and I am settling in very well.
On my first day in Bucharest, not even 12 hours after landing in the country I headed off to my first day at my internship. I got directions from the hostel owner to the Piata Romana square subway station and set out. All I knew was that I should meet Laura, one of the staff at the ...
... wonderful trivia and old photos to make the city come alive. What impressed me most was his enthusiasm for his city. By the end of the tour we made fast friends with Pete (Birmingham, England) who quit his job and is traveling the world with plans to end up in Australia, Charlotte and Earl (Vancouver) who quit their jobs and are five months into an 8th month tour of the world, Dagmar (Brussels) who is boondoggling (some people have all the luck); and Michael (aka "Beano") who is ...
... dye that was in need of a touch up. I kind of felt like asking one of them if either had been through Tel Aviv’s airport security, and if so, why are we all wasting our time going through yours straight off the plane.
I’ve always thought that this city and part of the world would be really cool to explore, but the airport is about 30 minutes from the city and 4-7am on a Tuesday probably wasn’t going to be the most exciting so ...