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... many years. There’s no doubting an awful lot of boxes have been ticked in my many journeys. And through the many joys and agonies I can definitely say it has all been worthwhile and life-changing.
But the truth is, it’s not passport stamps, pyramids or party spots that stick out for me. The most notable happenings involved some of the very human moments that an absolute outsider was plunged into in so, so many countries. From laying on my ...
... to our back-up and be good to go for awhile. We haven’t had a BSOD for a month. Then, last night, it would not boot. OH NO!
Nothing I tried worked. Now I needed a pro to help me out. The hotel front desk sent me to Victoria Square, a 10 minute walk from Hello Hotel. “There are many computer repair shops” “You can find one easily just by walking around,” she advised
The streets ...
... Strangely the Romanian language seems to be a mixture of Italian style words (but with a few more vowels thrown in), some random French ones (Merci is thank you, sound familiar?) and then the more guttural Croatian/Russian influence. So throughout our time in Romania I was in constant confusion, thinking I was hearing an extreme dialect of Italian spoken. They say that Romania was named after 'Rome/Romans' as it was a key influence in their heritage, so I daresay that played a ...
... the Communist government, and marked the end of Ceauşescu's regime. The Athénée Palace Hotel, the University of Bucharest Library and the Memorial Rebirth are all located here. Andrei Pana is one of the guides working for guide-bucharest. He showed passion in his work, and he loved his job although the guide(s) has to rely on tips as the main source of income.
That night, I joined the group for ice-cream at McDonald. I got a little lost on my ...
... My meal was decent - a spinach & cheese ravioli dish and a side of potato wedges seasoned with chili & pesto, plus a glass of Romanian cabernet sauvignon.
My final stop on the walking tour was the sight of Nicolea Ceausescu's final speech on December 22, 1989, to the people on the balcony of what used to be the communist party's headquarters. Apparently, after being booed and inundated with cries of "Down with Ceausescu," he escaped via helicopter ...