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Thoughts on Romania.
It's a place of great contrasts,
extreme poverty sits right alongside obscene new wealth.
Stray dogs are everywhere in great
numbers, some chase motorcycles too, but you'll see old folk with a
cow on a lead???
Out in villages in the countryside
everyone seems to want to live alongside the road with many of them
using the location to sell their ...
... and rode the 60 miles back to where we had started this
All was not lost though. Anyone
reading this will know of Jochens need for tea at regular intervals
throughout the day, so with that in mind we stopped at the first
place we saw. Te al limone as the Italians call it served with two
big wedges of warm apple cake came to about £3.50 which isn't bad.
Our early steps of the ...
... to hotel. It has no A/C and the windows have no screens so the instant I open the window mosquitoes come flying in. So I suffer in the heat and did not sleep at all. Not just because of the heat but the damn roving packs of dogs barking and fighting all night long.
To top the day off I find out from Cat that the apartment I booked in Bucharest did not seem to exist and the number was out of service. Welcome to Romania!!!
... what looked like prosciutto wrapped inside. We also picked up yogurt drinks because we just weren’t that hungry after our meat feast the night before. As we walked, we came upon a massive eastern orthodox church tower so we went inside. This was the first orthodox church that either of us had seen, and it was truly stunning. There was a very ornate front wall which had three extravagant gold doors which seems part of the decorum until a clergy man walked up and opened one ...