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Ok we made it to "The greatest road in the world"' (Jeremy Clarkson, Top Gear).
No words until the morning. Sensory overload. Fill yer boots......
respectfully suggest you view this lot in slideshow ...
... the speed of the river. The Danube is 130 feet higher today than it was before the dam and power station were built. There are towns and villages scattered along the river, but over 23,000 people had to be relocated in order for the dam to be completed.
... at the next stop. In what seemed like no time, the train stopped and we were thrown off in the middle of nowhere. We were surrounded by snowy fields and farms as far as the eye could see and every so often a horse and cart carrying families of around ten people would pass us by. There was literally nothing in the area and no other civilians to ask so we had no choice but to wait and see if a train turned up.
After around ten minutes I heard a strange shuffling noise ...
... mainly with Maria and Marius).
Thursday morning we had a teary goodbye with Iren, sad to leave yet excited that next year would come around soon enough and we would be back. I am so tired of leaving, I wish that we could just be here for one year, just to really live here, I never realize how much I miss Romania until I am forced to leave it again. We cannot even begin to thank Iren for everything she did for us, for the love and the caring thoughts and gestures she has shown us! ...
... integrated travel system, with buses, trams and trains all linking up. An example was our visit to the Sigit music festival. The biggest in Europe with 40,000 a day attending. Yes I did go, my first ever such event at the age of 67, but Netty encouraged me, citing it as an unmissable opporunity. Our attendance raised the average age by about 10 years! It was a wonderful day, not just the music which was, for me, ...