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... block country that can’t seem to move forward. More abandoned factories and grim housing. Lots of graffiti and unmowed lawns. Now that would be a great business here. Our guide today was Ioana pronounced "Yowana". She was great and gave us the history of Romania. One of the more famous Romanians was Count Dracula. It was a nickname, which means “Devil”. He was also known as the “Impaler” as he ...
... of Gipsy descent with soulful eyes and cheesy music videos who I quickly decided I loved. Sorina made up a bed for me on her own, then we all watched “Sixteen and Pregnant” followed by a Brazilian soap opera without subtitles as we alternated in the bathroom and talked and added each other on Snapchat. We agreed to go to two museums the next day, then to go out to a Romanian club with the third of their best friend trio the following night in celebration ...
... brand new apartment! For an old styled building my room is huge with a kitchen, a living room and a view of the Cismigiu Park there isn’t anything else I could have asked for. My room has free Wi-Fi and a stocked mini fridge with everything included in the cost unlike most hotels where you pay for what you want. For my three night stay the cost is $509 au and for the view it is a perfect price with breakfast included. School groups would think that the price ...
I hated November for making me feel stretched, by pushing my boundaries back, little that I knew about that! I felt upset on it for forcing me to make choices between things I did not understand nor wanted: black or white but not rainbow, hot or cold but not cozy. I hated it for leaving me no choice but to choose, as if I were under a spell. Magical and secretive in its misty disposition, saber ...
... drawn carts, home fronts and bicycles. As we left town, our route turned into a dirt road bordered by piles of rubbish and rutted w/ cart tracks. My heart sank with a sense of sadness and guilt yet my mind kept replaying the smiles on the faces of everyone in town. Funny how we take pictures of all the beautiful things we see along the way but somehow ignore the ugly side of things. I didn't want to violate these people ...