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... Iliana, Stanislav, Borislav, and Maria at the school. (Most common names..not everyone is actually named that..haha) The next couple of weeks were different. I was no longer a stand-up comedian. In most of the classes I have been given complete freedom over my lessons. I have played fun word games to get them to speak English and become more comfortable with me. A lot of the students were pretty nervous and still are nervous to speak to me, but it's getting ...
... moldovan language is Romanian. Then went to a historic church complex in caves in an amazing ridge formed where a river does a u-turn when it runs into rocks it can't get through. Nice old priest let me take his photo. Then we went for lunch at the drivers home in a village, cooked by his wife. Quite primitive, outside hole in the ground loo, kitchen separate from the house, huge garden full of veg, and chickens. Chicken noodle soup then ...
... your way through road works to get anywhere, but the main road with bars was beautiful and the architechture reminded me a little of Rome.
The second day however, we went North of the city and found the communist tower blocks, unkempt parks and the mall that looked like an industrial estate. It had much more of a middle eastern feel to it, without any of the beauty that I imagine the middle east could ...
... if there wasn't so much rubbish strewn around. Made me laugh to see one family even had a tent for their car!
We did a supermarket shop on the way to the campsite. I suspect our most valuable item on the truck is alcohol, lots was bought. Sue announced she is retiring from the Police today, so party tonight.
We had an interesting time getting into the campsite. Telephone wires were too low for the truck, so a broom was handed ...
... our last in Romania, was an overcast day. Our first stop was the Patriarchal Cathedral, a huge complex of Orthodox buildings more or less completely surrounded by trees. We weren’t sure how to get into the grounds - or even if we were allowed - and so I stopped a bearded Orthodox priest who happened to be coming our way. “Yes of course you can go in,” he boomed in an accent rich will baritone. “Up those steps. And who knows, you may even meet ...
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