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Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... was still less than 10%. With the battery dwindling, I walked backed to the hotel with the lid open as the back-up progressed. By morning, it was at 95%, almost finished. The back-up completed after about 20 hours, but it completed! Our last five months of photo files were safe. I cleared half the space on the netbook and it began running like a champ again.
Herăstrău Park and Folk Village
... my worst expectations and went to prove that it wasn’t bad luck the day before but the Romanian way of driving..... I don’t know how anyone lives to 40 here! Fortunately, the first 15 kms were idyllic and were on a dirt track road through untouched valleys with nobody living in them. A great way to start the day. As, I explained in detail in the last blog about the never ending suicidal driving, there is no need to repeat it here! And though ...
... for a couple of days before I head to Zagreb and then back into Germany for mrathon number 6 in Munich. I am going to be honest, my feat hate me, I think if they could detach themselves and swap with someone else they would happily (adverb) do so.
I mentioned earlier that I had been thinking about you guys a lot today, and there are several reasons why.
Year 6 remember we completed a ...
Even the grass on the pavements outside the Parliament building, which according to Whikpedia is the world's largest civilian building, most expensive administrative building, and heaviest building, is uncut and scruffy.
We had a bit of a wander around but it was not very awe inspiring!
In the evening we went for a meal at a fabulous restaurant called Hanul Lui Manuc on the Strada Franceza. I had ...
... to get out of the way. Getting a visa for Moldova.
Thanks to Moldova, I'd arranged to stay in Bucharest for two nights and almost three days in case there was a problem with the visa application. Australians and New Zealanders still need a visa for that country and to make matters worse, an invitation letter is also required. What the hell is an invitation letter? I was very lucky with the Russian visa back in Lebanon because I managed to find an online agency that ...