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... villages”. It extends backwards with chickens, pigs and 2 sheep in small covered pens adjacent to the house. Then there’s a vegetable patch on the hillslope. A barn with hay piled to the roof and a cow installed in a side stable. She no longer goes out for the day but is confined to barracks. In days gone by a local cowherd collected the villagers’ cows each day and took them out to graze. They meandered through the ...
... was waiting (>3 hours), he brought back an instant hay fever attack for me. The cats also shared the attic. The victory outweighed the physical inconveniences.
There's a small but well stocked village shop.
Language being a limitation but we are allowed behind the counter to help ourselves. The immediate neighbours here are Roma - they seem to adhere to a dress code - black brimmed felt hat, black trousers and often a white shirt ...
... we didn't see much of the view. We stayed the night just over the top by a hotel. The road down the other side also twisted and turned but it was down through trees and valleys. The huge concrete Vidraru Dam is on this side too. Unfortunately we have no photos of this side as the camera didn't download properly and the photos were deleted from the camera before we realised.
... then said to me how about you give him one of our
caps we brought along. And so I did and he was very happy. He had a very large
scare on his head from a previous accident and so was happy with the hat to
offer some protection.
Excellent sleep and early rise. We headed in the direction
of a town called Sibiu where we found a camp for the night and intend on
driving the famous Romania road that featured on TopGear some time back. ...
... you bizarre jokes that make you laugh until your bellies ache. But remember, to complete the reversal, after the cabbage rolls you must also down a refreshing bottle of excellent Romanian white wine, in the cool mist of the magical stream."
So that's how we spent the rest of our night, just another quiet evening in the lovely Enchanted Forest, reversing the curse. Screw you, Gypsy ...