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... but smiled a lot, as did we. We took a short evening stroll to help all that food down. For the first few yards we were accompanied by clouds of midges but after a short while they lost interest in us, not enough garlic yet maybe?
We returned to La Tavi for a last beer before an early night. It has been an all too short stay in this facinating region but we felt we have made the best of our time here,
... are doing.
Soon we were clear of the city and making a good pace along mostly straight roads. For a long period we rode along roads that had one and a half lanes in each direction making it easy to overtake the slower traffic. Many of these slower vehicles made way for us moving well over to let us through. The road surfaces were not bad at all, certainly better than a lot of main roads in the UK.
We stopped for fuel and coffee ...
... a gentler twitter from the birds and less noise from insects. We were also more relaxed as we didn’t expect a crocodile or hippo to emerge. Mind you there were three fat pigs basking in the morning sun – they were almost as big. He didn’t speak English and in fact having us and a Slovakian couple plus their big furry dog, Roxy, he didn’t speak much at all. His only commentary was to announce ...
... outside of town, they would have arrived 30 minutes earlier at the 2:30 target.
Offer on Dave's Bike
Dave asked at the front desk if they could call an orphanage to donate his bike to. Later, they said it would require a lot of red tape and time to make the donation. But the manager would be interested in getting the bike for his nephew. He offered complementary dinner and drinks for four at the hotel's restaurant. ...
... Their menu had some nice choices listed but all they had were pizzas and salads; cabbage and tomatoes…..
Before we went to sleep, I sprung the idea of going all the way to Tulcea tomorrow on Hiro. He recoiled in surprise. “We went easily 104km today and it is just over 100 km remaining,” I added. Plan A was to go 71 km to Mahmundia tomorrow, then the final 30 km the next day. Hiro objected to ...