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... beside you can be considered cool.
Halloween is marketed in so many ways- the fun Halloween party, the dress-up at work day, giving candy to children, decorating your house to give out candy with a live remote controlled coffin with someone popping up to scare anyone who comes near, hanging ghosts from trees, and fun culinary art of witch finger cookies, bobbing for apples, pumpkin pies from the innards of carved jack-o-lanterns, and eyeball ...
When crossing the border into Romania Sasha and Dasha found themselves in the middle of a corn field. There was no city or signs of civilization in sight and Timisoara, a town where we wanted to be, was about an hour drive away. Needless to say, we had no car, so we did what we had to do.
Sasha raised his hand and the very first car with a Serbian plate that just cleared the customs stopped for us. Those ...
... degrees outside. On arrival, stowed our luggage in the houses we are staying at - our group is split across about 5 different houses on the village, all lovely accommodation again - I don't think we've had any bad accommodation on this trip. Then headed up to see the old fortified church built in the 12th century. Apart from the minor heart attack climbing the rickety wooden floorboard stairs and balcony, the ...
... with potholes and roadslips on the sides, in some places rocks had fallen from the cliff face above. The roads further out wernt too much better, on the way to Brasov we encountered roads with deep gashes across them, one was pretty much a ramp in the middle of the road dropping down almost a foot to the rest of the road. We stopped at a roadside rest stop to make lunch just outside a small village. A stray dog came straight over looking for food, ...
... in the High Middle Ages as an artisan town of Saxons (Germanic peoples, sent to colonize the region on the behalf of the Hungarian crown, in an attempt to fortify the region after the Huns, Mongols and Slavs had overrun it in successive waves). The location of the town, apparently, was selected to maximize its defensive capabilities, which explains Sighişoara's preferential spot at the top of a hill, lording over the river ...