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... animals in the village most notably the alpha male rooster with his perfect, full throated rendition of the classic 'cock a doodle doo'. The lesser males have a poor echo - off pitch and not word perfect. Some of the kids have been part of this. They are allowed to come in for a swim (on a strictly controlled roaster). The voices of the girls excitedly announcing their arrival and then their chorus "Missy Wilma. Missy Wilma" as they call ...
... The women are in shoes and socks (despite the heat), long skirts, blouses and a waistcoat or cardigan. They always have a headscarf on - knotted under the chin for the older women. The kids are friendly and always greet us - the camp owner is the school teacher, so he has taught them well!
We have enjoyed the mountains from our campsite and from our cycle routes. Somewhere through there, is the famed Transfagarasan Highway - waiting...
... van and tried one of the snacks at the food stall. Baked in foil over hot coals the woman described it as a baguette. Sounds good but it tasted terrible! Very yeasty, sour and crumbly and eaten with a fork, and it came with yoghurt. Seemed to be popular with everybody else.
Once the road was open we carried on but by now the weather had closed in, and it was really ...
realised we were not going to make the campsite we had intended on getting to.
So at a very old and ****** camping sign we turned off the road into an orchard
that looked like it was a camping place some 10 years ago. Pulled up and
quickly had dinner with the intent of erecting the tent when it got dark.
Well apparently we had been spotted and before long the
owner appeared and in sign language indicated that if we were going to sleep
here it was okay. ...
Surprisingly we were up and out sharp this morning even though Logan hadn't had his morning coffee! We were about 1km away from Poenari Fort so were there at 9:30 ready to climb up to the fort on the hill. We knew it was on a hill as you could see it from the road, we did not know that it would be 1480 steps!! Yip, that is a lot! It took us about 40 mins to get up, 10 mins to walk around (it was ...