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... a donation to a small school in Piscu Village in exchange for lunch which was greatly appreciated by both myself and the school.
The taxi's are very cheap in Bucharest in comparison to the Gold Coast. My trip to Xenofon Street was 15 RON which is less than $5 Australian. Xenofon Street is the only street in Romania made of stairs! All the stairs are painted with ...
... customs and geography of Romania.
It is predominantly agrarian. If it weren't for the nuclear power reactors, heavy water production, and the many Romanian assembled Dacia (Renault) cars driving around, you’d think they have no industrial capability. We will miss a visit to Transylvania this time, but we were too close to Bucharest to skip this notable city of 1.9 million inhabitants.
... Strangely the Romanian language seems to be a mixture of Italian style words (but with a few more vowels thrown in), some random French ones (Merci is thank you, sound familiar?) and then the more guttural Croatian/Russian influence. So throughout our time in Romania I was in constant confusion, thinking I was hearing an extreme dialect of Italian spoken. They say that Romania was named after 'Rome/Romans' as it was a key influence in their heritage, so I daresay that played a ...
... type villages.
The men appear lazy and leave all the work to the woman who appear to be working their socks off, even the elderly woman. You often saw them tending crops and working in the fields.
Most of the men seem to be caught in a fashion time warp. The fashion is tracksuits, shell suits or leather jackets!
As already mentioned they (whoever they are) haven't got a clue about tourism.
... taxis here.
My first afternoon was spent wandering around the city looking for something to eat. I didn't do enough research on Bucharest and I ended up in a rather unimpressive area which didn't have much to offer. I kept walking and walking until I finally found somewhere to eat and by 7pm I couldn't keep my eyes open. That's not surprising as I'd woken up in Varna really early that morning. It had been a long day. The next morning I had a mundane little chore that ...