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... is not part of the Schengen Zone and so the border with Hungary is more substantial. We even have to show our passports.
*The Romanian language seems easier to pronounce than that of the countries we have recently visited.
* At 11.15 am it is already 33 degrees. Air con is on.
*As we enter Romania, the roads deteriorate, horse & carts compete for road space with ...
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 ...
... see to believe, it's apparently the biggest salt mine in Europe. Afterwards we drove out to a gorge, it was beautiful. We walked along the bottom in between the gigantic rock faces along the crystal clear river. Out the other side was rolling green fields with a tiny little bar, which we stopped at for an icy cold local beer each, taking in the amazing views around us. After our beers and a walk back to the car we met Cata at a restaurant - wok and roll for a ...
... 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 ...