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... even faster and all of a sudden I heard a bang and a cry. The car went right over the dog. My heart sank for a second. Luckily the dog was ok. It ran off crying, you could see it was in pain but nothing was broken. After this drama I ended up walking all the way through this estate trying to find my hostel. I quickly read the instructions again which I got off hostelworld and retraced my steps. I eventually found number 52 which lead me into a courtyard with 6/8 properties. None ...
... apple strudel that hadn’t lasted long enough to get stale.
Slowly we wended our way towards Fusson with the intention of visiting Neuschwanstein Castle. It’s one of those fairy tale type castles and L says to tell you it’s a big mistake to even consider visiting it at this time of year. My humans carefully studied the full car parks and the long queue of potential visitors and quickly decided that we should leave a visit ...
... after arriving in Chisnau I found out one of the other volunteers was in that cabin. Maybe next time. I ate, watched some TV shows in my iPad and then went to sleep. I was woken up at the border. The immigration and customs came in board in the Romanian side and then again after entering Moldova. After that I tried to go back to sleep. It was hard to go back to sleep at first as once we were done with ...
... little explanation on the skeleton.
Then we made a quick pitstop at Andy's Pizza which wasn't bad by Anton's Italian standards ;-)
Final trip that we could squeeze in was the local market. You could buy all sorts of tat there which was fantastic. Time to haggle and away i walked with some cool bits.
We said goodbye to Dani, but ...
... lunch I fell asleep after reading for a bit. For dinner we had mitch - skinless sausages. Afterwards we played remi, and took some photos - its our last night in Husi. Tomorrow morning we leave early to Brasov, with Tibi and Dudu. Tibi has work in the afternoon, so we'll probably go ice skating while he's at work (as he doesn't really enjoy it).