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realised we were not going to make the campsite we had intended on getting to.
So at a very old and ****** camping sign we turned off the road into an orchard
that looked like it was a camping place some 10 years ago. Pulled up and
quickly had dinner with the intent of erecting the tent when it got dark.
Well apparently we had been spotted and before long the
owner appeared and in sign language indicated that if we were going to sleep
here it was okay. ...
Holy fire and brimstone! I made it almost to the bus station when it just poured. I ran across this intersection where the wind was pushing the rain and me. My entire lower left side was soaked. Eventually the right lower part of my body became wet. I looked like a soaked rat when I arrived at the train station. Luckily I have extra clothing so I ...
... a huge portion of soup. I also got bread and a pepper. I was disappointed in the pepper when I looked at it bc it was much longer than the others. This one wasn't pickled though like the others and it was hot. It was great. I was super happy. Main course was tasty too. A home run tonight. I posted the wrong photos in my previous entry. Those are supposed to be in this entry and the ones here should be there. My bad. Don't be a ...
The corn soup I had last night had corn flakes. Haha. They went well together. Good eye Mom Made it to Sibiu without a problem. I slept almost the whole way. I walked around the city. I climbed the church. There was a guy ahead of me in the church tower bc I could hear his steps. I caught up to him and he was huffing and puffing. Poor guy. He didn't go all the way up the tower bc ...
... up it. While inside the warm car, it was interesting to watch the temperature change on the dashboard as we drove up and then back down again. On our way back to Sibiu, we passed "the real castle of Dracula" called Poienari. To get to this 14th century fortress on the top of a high mountain, we had to climb more than 1400 stairs and all I could think was that it better be worth it.
It was! Not only were the views all around this ...