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Leaving Brasov - Heading to Sighisoara
On the train ride to Sighisoara, we shared a compartment with some wonderful people. Aurelia (front left), was going home to her farm in Clug after visiting her daughter and granddaughter in Brasov. Both young guys, Claudiu and Edward were petroleum engineering students hoping to get high paying jobs …
... really. Finally met our driver guide next morning, Stefan. Seems nice and has perfect English. First stop in Transylvania was Hunedoara to visit the impressive Huniade Castle built in the 15 century. Next stop was Alba Iulia to visit the Roman Colony "Castrum Appulum" the capital of Transylvania. Saw a magnificent Orthodox Church beside a rather plain Catholic Church. Standing up at the ruins ...
... the beaten path, when compared to Dubrovnik. The plan was set - it would all go down on our last night in Mostar ... of course, very little in life actually goes according to plan, and when Benita felt like throwing up during dinner that night, everything had to be changed up. Perhaps it was a sign from above, or perhaps it was because Benita sensed something was up, and the thought of marrying me made her want to vomit - either way, this wasn't going to happen at ...
... and a piece of expensive pie/tart, some cherries and some yummy raspberries. This time the EN346 (called the Dacia) to Vienna. We left Bucharest at 13.00, but could get on at 12.30. What a great compartment - so much room compared to the Ister. We celebrated with the bottle of wine. Good job we bought some food as there was no dining car - even though there was supposed to be.
One of the conductors made us grilled chicken ...
... the scene. The movie does not look very good and I'm fairly certain they stole a lot of the torture museum inventory. From what we can tell it's sort of a vampire/ futuristic Waterworld type genre. In the tower was also the history museum with a big display on Romania’s 'space programme’ which looked marginally better than NZ’s one.They had 2 rockets, not just 1. Laura and I bored far quicker than Frenchie and ...