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... cubby hole. No luggage inspection. But he did think the space under our bed benches would be a great place to check since it no longer held old pillows and blankets. I turned my head and said I would need to get up and get dressed. Not necessary, he said. "I am man, you are man. I am not gay." So what the heck, I got up, he raised the bench seat and found no itinerate Romanians sneaking out. He was satisfied and left.
... She raved about the country, and joked about looking into a timeshare there (partially because of all the time she spent in Chisinau, but also because she sincerely enjoyed her visits). When the State Department assigned our friends Michael and Steph to Moldova, we knew we would have to visit them while they were over there--mostly because we love them, but also because Moldova seemed kind of interesting. Plus Dennis wanted to check it off his list of Eastern ...
Overall I was pleasantly surprised by this travel. The topic and the locations interested me much more than I thought they would. Another Academic Travel successfully completed. We had a great group and a great travel leader. ...
... it through Transnistria and across the Moldovan-Ukraine border without paying any bribes and were back in Kiev by the late afternoon.
What an adventure. People have asked why I like politics and history. Because of places like Transnistria. Because history is the best story – the best parts too good and the darkest parts too dark to be fiction. Because the world is a crazy place. Because I want to be like the State Department people I met in Chisinau, doing something ...
... so, but I really can't see it happening. Not in Turkey. Even among the more western leaning Turks, most still seem to insist that they are still Muslim and that tolerant western attitudes are not fundamentally at odds with Islam. And there are a whole hell of a lot of them. Will they win the day? Who knows. Right now the eyes of the world are on Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, and Syria but if history tells us anything, Turkey is the one we should be watching.