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... then said to me how about you give him one of our
caps we brought along. And so I did and he was very happy. He had a very large
scare on his head from a previous accident and so was happy with the hat to
offer some protection.
Excellent sleep and early rise. We headed in the direction
of a town called Sibiu where we found a camp for the night and intend on
driving the famous Romania road that featured on TopGear some time back. ...
... went to lunch at a nice place. I met some of the Romanians I met in Bucharest and Cluj. We hung out all day just seeing stuff and meeting more people. Not the longest of blogs. The people were so nice. The nurses all were offered jobs in Ireland so that was super awesome. I met people who are part of an NGO called AIESEC. I had never heard of it ...
Happy Birthday Becca. You're officially dying bc you're 30. ;) love ya Today I woke up and figured out which bus I wanted to take to Timisoara. It's the early bus at 5:30 bc there's only 2. I'm excited bc I met some Romanians from Timisoara. I'm going to contact them that I'll be in town tomorrow. I went to an open air museum. The weather was great. I worse a short sleeve shirt and jeans I rolled up my jeans bc they became really ...
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 ...