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... forms of transport & partly finished villas are everywhere to be seen. These are surely a sign of an absent workforce who send money back home. Building projects happen as & when..
* We drive into the hills known as Transylvania. It is a wonderfully rural route. We see many more horse & carts. Farmers & their families are busy in the fields getting the hay ready. There ...
... pull out window T.T. I didn't realize this until towards the end of the train ride; better late than never!
The hotel is pretty close to the train station, but the neighborhood is extremely sketchy. There is a corner where kids wait and approach asking for money. They look about 5-7 years old.
Checking in was pretty straight forward. Air conditioning cost extra, so we plan to just sleep without sheets.
-- Ryan L.
... also was cash only (though they said in the next few weeks they would start accepting VISA payments).
We passed by a few religious buildings, the town theater, the city’s central square, and a memorial. The main part of Cluj-Napoca is relatively small and we walked around most of the town within the afternoon. We stopped by McDonalds to get a meal because it comes with a free World Cup Coca-Cola souvenir glass =).
-- Ryan L.
Sunday 30th - up at 4:30am which was really 3:30 as daylight savings has started here. We arrived at the train station early and easily found our train and no sign of dodgy people offering help for money this time. We found our seats, much nicer than the last train, in a 6 seater cabin. A Romanian guy a year older than us was in our carriage, turns out he speaks excellent English and has hardly used it in the last year and a half. Chatting with him made the journey ...
... being difficult to integrate in a group made up of people that have more in common with each other than with you by default. It's about the fact that travelling on your own gives you the luxury of choosing the people you surround yourself with and you don't want to take that away by limiting yourself to a certain group. That's not to say it's easy finding people you connect with while travelling. I thought it was the biggest challenge of the whole trip, and ...