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... is 13th century gothic with walls that were added later on to protect it from invasion.
The village receives a lot more visitors now and virtually survives because of the tourism. All the women seem to knit socks (!) and other woollen items and the men are responsible for labour intensive jobs.
Everything served for dinner came from the villages produce including the wine.
Definitely the highlight so far in terms of ...
... his mother saved up money for an abortion. When that was no longer an option she tried to sell him to an older lady who had always wanted a child but couldn't have one. Thankfully his grandparents said that they would raise and take care of him. Can you image if you found out that your parents wanted to get rid of you because they weren't sure they could take care of you? That thought has been on my mind all day today. I can imagine it.
... and see what could be arranged for us.
Our lift was with an off-duty fireman who wasn't sure what to do with himself on his day off so he was driving around and decided to pick us up. He didn't even need to go to Saschiz, but took us all the way to outside the Fundatia Adept office (a charitable organisation that my sister had been cooperating with). We left our bags there and explored the village. First of all we walked up to the ruined citadel over the village ...
With all due respect to Rick Steves, you have not truly experienced Europe through the back door until you have bike toured here. Not only does bike travel show us in through back doors, it takes us across back roads, through backwater villages, and sometimes require back-tracking. I wanted to share some images from Romania and Bulgaria that may illustrate why we have enjoyed bike touring so ...
What scenery here in Archita, this village is in a valley surround by unspoilt hills and woods in all directions. I took the train from Bucharest where I live and it was a long, 6 hour trip. I had to switch trains in Brasov to the local train. The local train ride has great views and interesting locals. I stopped here to rent a bicycle and do the rest of the trip by bike. The idea was to spend the next several days biking with the final desination being my ...