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... cooking oil, sugar, pork, beef, chicken and potatoes were rationed with the rationed amounts becoming smaller each year. Most of what was available to the people of Romania was export rejects. Curfews were installed, and petrol and electricity consumption were strictly rationed making it almost impossible to cook. Control over Romanian society became stricter with phones being bugged, calls being taped, and 1 in every 3 Romanians was an informant to the ...
... so I'll get my chance!
When we first land, I notice that all of the construction that had been ongoing for years since I came here in 2006 and 2010 has been completed, and the entire airport has been COMPLETELY renovated! It looks amazing and modern, and has a brand new terminal, and new shops, and an overall easier process of getting through customs; as it had essentially felt ...
So I've been teaching for about one month now and I have loved every second of it (pretty much). At the Ivan Bogorov School of Language I have been teaching 15 classes a week. I teach three 8th grade classes, two 9th, two 10th, two 11th, and four 12th. (I teach 8A and 9A twice a week) The first week of class I simply had to introduce myself. I talked about myself, my family, West Virginia, Wesleyan, Bulgaria, and I told them some funny stories about things that ...
... sun for hours before they pulled it into the station because it was sweltering and as we went neither far nor fast before stopping for hours, literally, for customs and passport checks, it is the eastern edge of the EU you know, it didn't cool down appreciably before 11pm. And by 7am we were in Bucharest. That's today, Wednesday. What was supposed to happen next was that I collected a prepaid ticket from a travel agent in the station for ...
... that the guide told us- there is a massive government building built in the middle of town, second biggest government building behind the Pentagon, but the dictator died before it was finished and so couldn’t give the first speech from the balcony. The person that has this claim is Michael Jackson, but he upset the people with his first words "Hello Budapest” (instead of hello Bucharest).
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