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Driving in Romania is a bit of an adventure, and we quickly learned some key things - watch out for horse-drawn carts, and Garmin GPS sucks!!! Our day got off to a rocky start, with rain pouring down on us as we walked to Avis with our bulky backpacks, and then we struggled to get our GPS properly plugged into the car's power socket, as it kept popping out. But that was just the beginning of our struggles ...
Partway into our ...
... a lunch stop
in Craiova the ground started to rise, slowly at first then very much
more dramatically as we started onto the TransAlpina. But it was
raining, heavily and even the YingBo couldn't help to make matters
any better. By the time we reached the top we were in thick cloud
and heavy rain with winds swirling about us. Luckily though, for
just a minute or two the clouds ...
... the peaks!! The views were spectacular, and the road was as twisty and turny as any I have been on. As we had run out of gas last night, we were on the hunt for a gas station with an LPG tank, which we found very quickly. Getting the tank out from under the seat, not so quick!! Logan had boxed it in! He had to use a small pen knife saw to get it out. After all that, the fitting to fill ...
...for my birthday: 1) Get in a nice cool run. Check. 2) Paint my toenails. Check. 3) Spend some time alone in a cemetery. Check. And the birthday lagniappe? An adorable little Romanian dog that ran for 40 minutes with me, then followed me back to the hotel and parked himself on the steps. I came down 10 minutes later to take his picture and he got camera shy and took off. But for 40 minutes, I was in love. We are in a small Romanian city ...
... s Home, which is run by the same foundation as the one in Deva. Brother Bojte Csaba founded this one at the request of the Torocko residents. They were struggling to keep a Hungarian-language school open, because there were so few children in the village and in the surrounding villages.
Bojte Csaba brought 8 children from various towns and cities in Romania to Torocko, purchased ...
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