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The worst you can take away from people: their hope.
Many years ago I crossed this country. Till then it was the worst country I ever saw. Everyone try to steal or scam you. Prostitution on every corner and corruption by police and border crossing. After many years and experience I concluded that in the end you can't blame this …
... last, and were just quite amazing in square metres, roof height, architecture and lavish decor. It was built from 1983 - 1989, worked on 24 hours a day in 3 shifts using 99% of materials from Romania and around half a million Romanian workers, suppliers, etc. Costing around €7 billion ($11 billion) and several hundred lives, as safety was hardly a priority, it successfully manged to drain a fair chunk of the Govt coffers. Ceausescu, being the paranoid megalomania that ...
... demanded of me all or nothing and quick! And I was feeling compelled to obey it all the times.
Mysterious and allusive, November also carried the secrets for the making of the most coveted potion of the mankind. The frost-bearing November, 'Brumar' was also called 'Vinar', The-Wine-Maker! The grape juice was then, and only then transmuted into wine, the sacred beverage used a long time ago for the rituals of ...
... up, and HOLY COW,...I leave at 2:10pm tomorrow. I would've MIsSED my flight home! Don't ask me where the 6:30pm came from. So,....instead of having all day to pack, I have a few hrs in the morning. Oh THaNK YOU LORD for not letting me miss that flight. I am REaDY to go home!
So,......goodnight from Romania! I'm going to bed, so I can get up early in the morning, and begin the LONG treckk home,......can't wait!
Well what a place. We knew we were coming to a crazy car driving city because we had been warned but we didn't expect what we encountered in Europe. It was like we had already arrived in India. There were cars tooting and driving like maniacs. There were people driving up over barriers and along the tram lines and then cutting in and passing on the inside. It was actually quite exciting once you got in ...