Travel Blogs from Otopeni
... was all that was left of life and from the clouds to the land, it all felt metallic and heavy... Which is why, as a kid, November made me always wonder if the rainbow was real or just a dream of mine. And all I can remember - and vividly - is the soggy feeling of the coloured wool jersey rubbing onto my spine whilst sweating/ running in the afternoon sun. The only colours were on me.
Running was not a ...
... probably seen yesterday's video. As we walked in 'Dracula's Room',....it was low light, with the eerie music playing. I'm walking in video'ing, and trying to get my eyes to adjust. I see the body in the casket, but think that it's a 'dummy'. No,...that would be ME. When that guy jumped up from the casket,....I almost jumped out of my shoes,.....and I hesitate to even mention the soiled state of affairs my just washed pants were in. Hahaha!
We've seen ...
... learning problems. The children also repeated this information, There was no stigma attached it seemed it was simply information to be shared. Very interesting!
Those of you who know me as a teacher will be happy to know that I have not lost the the ability to give "the look". Two little boys were bopping one another on the head with their pencils and I gave them my best "please stop that look" and they did!
... How you do it? Well, you enter the parking, find your spot, park the car, do your thing, get back, pay and leave.
But first you have to enter, right? Well... NO!!!
As you are in Romania, and the Otopeni airport is ran by idiots... aa, sorry... fellow Romanians, you first have to pay, and then enter the parking.
This means you have to park your large vehicle... somewhere, just to pay for and get the ticket.
Funny thing! Because ...
Bucarest has a reputation of stray dogs and thieves, with the only desirable tourist attraction, the palace. The bus into town was dreadful, getting stuck in traffic for an hour in 40 degree heat, all of us were dripping with sweat on arrival to a very dull and communist looking city. Apparently alot was demolished in the 80s (when I was little) to make way for a grand palace and concrete tower blocks, so alot of the original architecture ...