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Bucharest. A slow start to the day, washing, and going for a walk. A long walk past the Parliament, wide avenues, shopping centre and restaurants.
Decided on an easy dinner in and a couple of drinks, which was enough to send Pj to bed early.
I went out and took photos about 10pm. The city was heaving with people and it was still very warm. After a vigorous walk about, lots of photos, home shower bed.
... issues were already difficult enough. He pointed to his ring finger again. I answered. He stared. I sighed. He left. We repeated this process about five more times throughout the night. The train guard’s warnings occurred to me again – “Be careful in Hungary!” I began to worry that I the ring finger pointing was actually a Hungarian marriage proposal, and I was going to begin our girl’s weekend by accidentally getting hitched. In between ...
... be good for a school group because it offers a great experience and a different view of life. I was glad to try it for myself, though, as I was a little worried that a high level of maturity is required because it may overwhelm or traumatise school students.
For me, the experience of volunteering was incredible. Making a personal difference in someone's life for ...
... in Oxford again!
On our first day, we left the hotel and walked the short distance to the Old Town. Like all cities, the old quarter is the nice bit where the bars, clubs, restaurants and bistros are located. The charm and distinctive architecture of Romania is evident here and can be see all over the place. We decided to try and find the National Museum of History. I know very little about Romania other than it was the one Eastern Bloc state to have a ...
... the four of us went to Herăstrău Park on the way to Muzeul Naţional al Satului Dimitrie Gusti, a folk village containing 19th and early 20th century buildings relocated from all regions of the country.
We arrived at the park near the Charles de Gaulle statue, which has been called the third ugliest stature in the city. The stature is really nice and the ugly statute contest is a reflection on Romanian ...