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... of it and as a bike ride it is spectacular. So much so that I've canned riding the Transfrgarasan tomorrow as in comparison it will be boring. The DN67C is known as the Transalpine road, and as a road some parts for the most are in very good condition, however some parts just aren't there anymore. For some of it you are on the pegs, not too much though ...
... the shipping guys rang Jochen to say that the bikes were waiting for us at a cargo terminal nearby. A 800m walk and an encounter with an enthusiastic security guard saw us unloading the bikes and making ready for the off. And just as we pulled away the first drops of rain were falling.
Curtea de Arges was our target for today and we battled on through sometimes heavy rain and very ...
Got up this morning with the intention of going to see Bran Castle, if you know your Count Dracula you'll know that this castle is sort of maybe if you squint the one referred to in the books. It isn't, there is some speculation that Bram Stoker had this castle in mind when he wrote the books but that's about it... the whole town trades of the link, it's a nice town but the castle is just a big house full of random bits of furniture they ...
... all his force to pull the knife out, but he just couldn't do it". The funny thing is that he's a really loving guy who talks and has lots of energy, but I can't stop laughing in my head when he disrupts the class with his moaning and attention grabbing sounds during serious racism discussions. He would get up and put his hands on ...
... and every one of those students will be something great! I have met high school students in town that are about the same age and they don't speak English or they don’t have such charisma as these students do. They might join AIESEC someday and somehow make a difference. I know.
I helped Olya, my roommate, to call out names and give out awards for the students. Romanian names are so difficult to read. I chose all the easy ones and gave the ...