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... back on so his feet would not get soaked in the puddle that was now under the table. Gross. We didn't really fall back asleep after that incident and spent the rest of the ride in a tired state of mind.
Despite the warnings given to us about the taxi and other scam artists at the station, we were not approached by anyone. It is unfortunate that people take advantage of other people like that though. People should just be honest so that travelers don't have to worry ...
... and Germany sell them their old train cars because half of the stuff doesn't work on them. The track is old and we bang along the rails, going 20-40mph much of the time and stopping in little dump towns for half an hour while the conductors have a smoke. With separate rooms, we are able to relax and get some sleep during the afternoon. Around 6 o'clock we have another border crossing so we get to meet the Romanian guards followed by ...
... or Americans. They won’t quit talking. They bring the aura of Crescent Street around them to every place they go, killing any experience different from anything back home. Listen. Especially for the first few days. Try to see how people, move, how they talk, what the manners are. Introduce yourself slowly. The miracle of human difference and ingenuity will then reveal itself in ...
... started walking towards the city centre. It was obvious from our walk that Bucharest did not recover as well from the demise of her Communist past that other cities we had been through had. Most of the buildings we were walking past were in a run-down state. It wasn’t until we got to the centre of town that the buildings looked like they received some sort of upkeep. There were some stunning buildings in the city ...
... will be the basis for stories I tell me children and grandchildren, just like my Dad told me and my siblings about his (even grander) adventure canoeing the length of the Mississippi River, also completed over his 23rd birthday in a fine bit of poetry. So yeah, this is and will be the time of my life. Or at least I hope it will be. But even if I come home with nothing more than a couple stories of bumbling idiocy*, at least I can say I had a helluva lot of fun doing it.