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... a solo wander until meeting them again for lunch.
On my wanders I saw packs of wild dogs prowling the streets, a great park full of flowers and a pond with ducks. The streets are full of stunning buildings as well as others falling down around themselves.
After lunch I aimed for the pleasant peasant museum but not before zigzagging through the streets of the old town. Along the way I found part of our gang, ...
... is behind him saying “noooooo don’t jump!” I quickly realize that the train is now going pretty fast, I’m wearing sandals and I have my 30 pound backpack on my back so Robin’s idea of don’t jump sounds much better! A few moments later, the train stops and we get out. It turns out that it was just going about a kilometer out of the station into the switching yard but now we are standing in the middle of ...
... I'd wandered so hopelessly yesterday because I was able to orient myself better today. Win! But once I got to the Old Town, there was no hope (the street signs are lacking). After wandering Old Town for about 30 minutes, I asked two jolly looking police officers where I was on the map and which direction the post office was. They were happy to help, and I was SO CLOSE the ENTIRE time! I was so frustrated with myself! Oh well. So, I found the post office and mailed my post ...
Spent one month in Romania from late July to late August. During the first weeks, I did some charity work in Adunatii Copacenii, a village located 45 minutes from Bucharest. The place called "Village St Jean" has belonged to the St John community for several years and was initially dedicated to teach manual works (joinery, construction, etc.) to underpriviliged kids from Bucharest with the challenging objective of gathering ...
... br> I found a most wonderful English bookstore here. Maybe it is because my ebooks are getting most trying to read, (not content, but reading computer books is just NOT the same as the bound book), but REAL books are a joy to me. Occasionally books are left at hostels, and I scarf them up at first chance. (the worst thing in the world is to snag a book that is number 2 in a trilogy). But the books here in this bookstore were like jewels. ...
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