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Tuesday 8th July 2014
*We would have liked to stay longer in Erdobenye.
*We drive 150 km along a mainly rural route towards the Romanian border. We pass through villages where there are stork nests on the top of every lamp post. Curiously some nests have just 1 adult standing guard whilst others have 4 or 5 clambering for space. Must google why!
It is early evening in Bucharest and I can already feel the difference between here and Cluj.
Bucharest is a bigger city, but I prefer the feel of Cluj. A big turn off was the mass amounts of people that approach asking to buy their products/services or just give them money.
It took a while, but we managed to find our place of stay. Luckily it is close to the train station. Tripaedvisor says there is ...
We haven't passed any "changer" that allows us to purchase currency with our VISA credit cards. Since I don’t want to be charged for a cash advance or a foreign ATM withdrawal, we are trying to live off credit card purchases while in Romania. Especially since we are only in 2 Romanian cities for a total of 2 full days.
Everything is quite affordable in Cluj-Napoca, and the grocery store next door accepts VISA (luckily). We were ...
... inside as it was closed last night on the tour. After we caught a taxi out to Rovi and Cata's dental clinic to check out their amazing facilities. We were both treated to a clean and a couple of fillings. Then home for a home cooked lunch, which was amazing! Rovi took us and bono to the salina turda salt mines. Words or pictures cannot describe how amazing the mine is, salt build up everywhere, the size of the open space is unbelievable! Really truly somewhere you ...
... yet forgetting that this entails being able to see past your acquired value system, while at the same time keeping in mind that some things are wrong and evil no matter where they happen, and that you can't just write them off as being "part of the culture here". I remember meeting a girl in Chiang Mai, towards the end of my trip, whom I bonded with because of our weariness with this side of travelling: "same stupid boys and girls, same ...