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Taking a train from Bulgaria to Romania is just as difficult as you'd expect. First we had to catch a taxi from Veliko Tarnovo to a nearby town called Gorna Oryahovitsa, then we stumbled around looking for the international ticket booth, which was located inside an old room run by a quiet, serious, blonde woman. We'd arrived twenty-minutes before the train to Bucharest was scheduled to arrive, but in fact it took her just about that long for her give us our tickets – apparently the ...
So three weeks into my stay here in Bucharest I feel I have finally settled into my life here and it is time to comment on my living environment.
I am living in a private college student dorm, called Camin Studentesc Nr. 1 on Str. Lacramioarei. What that translates to is student dorm 1 on the street of a little tear. Everyone who lives there is a student, most are undergraduate students. Although right now the dorm is fairly empty as it ...
Today was our first actual out-of-airport Europe test, and it was quite the learning experience! After finally getting to our hotel in Otopeni (just outside Bucharest, thanks to my in-laws for our first night's accomodation) at 12:30am, we had been up for 32 hours with only a few naps on our way. We loaded up on the continental breakfast the next morning and were off to figure out Bucharest's bus system to the city core. Our first job was to ...
... when finishing work and flying out of Kuala Lumpur International. But this entry isn’t about all that, so I’ll get back to the point.
Hindsight is always 20/20 and I always wish this were just my common knowledge and not hindsight. It would be more convenient. My Tarom Air flight from Tel Aviv to Bucharest light left at 12:45 AM so I walked out of Cristina’s at 9:30PM and found a cab. Most drivers and people in general do not ...
... was the best ever though. We all sat round with Eoghan on the guitar and Joshua, the other American on the trip, unveiled his mad guitar skills. I never knew someones fingers could move that fast - they were literally a blur. There was a count down to midnight and everyone sang Happy Birthday. Then when I finally went to bed my tent was filled to the brim with balloons and covered in bunting :D.
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