Continental Tirgu Mures
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... wonderful man who really looked after us well. He would always make sure we were happy and would check in on us from time to time. He would try to fix issues as quickly as possible and was always contactable. Nothing was ever an issue. We said our goodbyes, promised we'll be back and then headed out to do some souvenir shopping. Starting to feel really sad about leaving. I haven't even left and I'm already trying to plan when and how soon I'll be able to return. Thursday ...
Monday 17th November - We started our first day at SMURD hospital. Erno our Hungarian project coordinator and our UK coordinators Campbell and Simon met us at our hostel with our lovely white uniforms and then we headed down to the hospital to start our day. On our arrival we met one of the head nurses named Bolaj who took us on a tour of the hospital. The hospital has an old section and a new section. The new section is nicer than any hospital I have seen in Australia and it is ...
On this, our last morning in Romania, I can't help but feel both excited for Paris and sorry to be leaving so much of this place unseen. I think we have all really enjoyed our time here and I would certainly consider coming back another time to see all the amazing sites we didn't get a chance to. The service and experience at the Counts guesthouse, that we lovingly called the castle, was first rate. It was such a unique experience to be in the middle of remote Romania. ...
... collision with a car overtaking - it wasn’t as if it was their disrespect for a motorbike because a few of those occasions I was behind a car which also had to brake aggressively. I don't know why it is but it appears as if cars have a time limit after which they have to overtake the car or lorry they are behind regardless of what the road is like or what is coming the other way. It was astounding.
Then there were two emergency stops as 2 dogs walked out into ...
... known as Dracula. It is assumed that Vlad had been born in Sighisoara, the former body guard house, where he hosted his father during exile, which is now called Vlad the Devil.
I've ripped that straight from the tourist info centre. There is not a huge amount to report here, so the above is similar to a seat filler at the oscars.
A bit about Vlad. As his name suggest, impalement was his preferred method of ...