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... right along the Canal. We had ridden quite hilly highway instead. From the train, the bike trail appeared pretty rough, so a trade-off, hills or potholes and gravel.
We passed by Cernavoda and the stretch of the toll-road we had cycled on illegally. We even spotted the three "working girls" on the same spot, as if they hadn't moved.
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We arrived in Bucharest just as it was getting dark at 8 pm. ...
... policy changes) to boost Romania's population, causing many women to look elsewhere for abortions, often being hurt during them. Ceaușescu also led Romania into extreme foreign debt by borrowing more than $13 billion and in an effort to return the money, ordered the export of Romanian agricultural and industrial production. The domestic shortages that followed made life extremely difficult for Romanian civilians. ...
... train station, the hostel, a couple of restaurants and a karaoke bar (Saturday night!).
Romania is, however, incredibly cheap.!! We stayed in a hostel for 7 euro a night, drank good cocktails for less than 2 pounds each and I bought some chinos, a skirt and a hairband from the Zara there for less than 20 quid!!!
We then had another 9 hour journey after this to take us to Bulgaria.
... is behind him saying “noooooo don’t jump!” I quickly realize that the train is now going pretty fast, I’m wearing sandals and I have my 30 pound backpack on my back so Robin’s idea of don’t jump sounds much better! A few moments later, the train stops and we get out. It turns out that it was just going about a kilometer out of the station into the switching yard but now we are standing in the middle of ...
... or Bran castle in the town of Brasov. This was great and the first place we had seen in Romania that was in anyway touristy. We paid about a fiver to get in and had a wander around the beautiful multi-phased castle that has had a colourful history of ownership through empires and soviet influence. It was only recently (2008) handed back to the descendants of the original owners, who then opened it to the public.
Back on the bus and we finally arrived at our campsite ...