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So after 4 days in Hungary we headed to Romania via Debrecen
where we needed to change money and get fuel and some gas for our cooking. The
easy part was fuel and money change the gas part was difficult until we came
upon an out of the way place called Dorcus Camping which runs a camp site 12 km
out of town where they also look after poor children from broken families.
Anyway they thought we look like we needed help and they rang a chap who
appeared some ...
... went to lunch at a nice place. I met some of the Romanians I met in Bucharest and Cluj. We hung out all day just seeing stuff and meeting more people. Not the longest of blogs. The people were so nice. The nurses all were offered jobs in Ireland so that was super awesome. I met people who are part of an NGO called AIESEC. I had never heard of it ...
... 1/3 of a mile to the museum which is fine. The museum was really worth it. Romania is so beautiful. I had soup and a gyro for lunch. The soup was awesome. The gyro wasn't what I was used to. It was fries, chicken, and sauce. Carolyn said that was normal for Greece unless you had take out. I always had mine with pita and vegetables. So that was new for me. I was disappointed especially bc the the tzatziki sauce was yogurt and ...
We woke up early to catch the minibus from Belgrade to Timisoara. Turns out that there is no official transportation between Serbia and Romania other than this private minibus company, which helpfully picked us up at the hostel and dropped us off at the train station in Timisoara! Serbia was very different from the beautiful mountainous regions we have been driving through—totally flat. We arrived at the bus staion in Timisoara ...
... Andrei’s mom came outside and asked me if I was hungry. I replied with a meek yes, so she snuffed her cigarette and scurried back into the house, returning with soup, deli meat, macaroni, and hot sauce. As I attempted to communicate with her, Andrei told me that his mom doesn’t know English; she just knows a few English words. I managed to convey to her, by rubbing my stomach and smiling, how tasty the food was and how much I appreciated it. She smiled ...