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... Ahhh! Finallly! This was travelling. Ear plugs almost muffling the click-clack of steel wheels on unwelded steel tracks and a converted bench seat. It beat sitting upright for eleven hours.
Then the parade began. Sometime, between dozing and REM sleep, the train stopped, the locked door slid open and the one working light went on. In came Romanian customs wanting passports. Darlene did all the talking. I was on my side, back ...
... European countries. Michael said that he had briefly worried that he would have to advise us not to visit anymore, but that the situation in Moldova seemed a little better now. "It'll be great, as long as the Russians don't invade," Michael said. "Does it look like the Russians might invade?" we asked. "Well, there's a greater than zero percent chance, I'll put it that way," Michael replied in a very diplomatic non-answer. Though not the most reassuring response, ...
... We also made a stop to look at some traditional Communist style buildings, which were also pretty run-down. Our stop in Orheiul Vecchi involved a visit of the Cave Monasteries there. It was a much needed fresh air stop from the stuffy bus, and the region ...
... The STCU Director had been stationed in East Europe when everything was falling apart, so he had some really neat stories. It was such a fantastic opportunity to talk to State Department officials who really knew their stuff and are people I aspire to be like one day.
The next day we headed back to Kiev. This time we did drive through Transnistria. It was bizarre. We crossed the Dniester River (which would be the border between Moldova and Transnistria if anyone ...
... be a slide towards a theocratic state. Should any sized majortiy be able to force its women to be veiled in public, or to censor "heretical" speech, or ban other religions? Much less stone women for adultery of force clitorectomies on its girls? (Or dictate a bar/restaurant owner's smoking policy in back home in the "free world"???) Is that where Turkey is heading? And is that "authentic Islam" anyway? I wasn't there that long, only three ...