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Some people expected the country to be the way it was before the war, but that hasn't happened. The generation born during the communist time mostly hates the communist time. They wanted to change the system and they didn't succeed. They had learned in the time of propaganda that capitalism was very bad; in the free market they were surprised when inflation hit 400%.
The now generation, living during the 25 years ...
... because I just wasted my time but it was a lovely sunny day so I found a bench by the lake and decided to relax and take in the views. An hour or so later I decided to catch the metro back to the old town and try and take some nice pictures of the city just incase the following day wasn't as nice. I really don't do much else this day because there wasn't much else to do. I went back to the hostel to have a quick nap because I didn't have a great sleep coming from Moldova so ...
... the hills and mixing with the locals who treat him as one of them.
Dinner at the farmhouse consisted of five courses.
1. Cabbage slice, a recipe from the host's grandmother.
2. Vegetable soup made from the vegetables in their garden.
3. Pork and beef meatballs wrapped in vine leaves, cooked in wine. The sauce was the remaining wine, tomato juice and honey and topped with their yoghurt. To die for.
4. Chicken ...
After a lovely breakfast we jump in our bus and off on our tour of Bucharest. We see a lot of the same things we saw yesterday, but it's very interesting to hear another guide's perspective. Sometimes the explanations of the same thing are completely different, and you have to draw your own conclusions. It seems like only yesterday (1989??) that Romania was under Communistic rule and our guide Gabriella explains what those days were ...
I took a bus to Chisnau Moldova today. I fell asleep shortly after getting on the bus. I woke up by being tapped to look up to an immigration official standing there with everyone's passport asking for mine. The immigration officer comes on the bus and collects everyone's passport. They then go inside the building and we wait. Eventually they hand all the passports back to the driver and the driver starts to drive. The passports are ...