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Romania [10-14 April 2019]

After crossing the border from Hungary to Romania it felt a bit like entering a developing country: poor roads (Bloody potholes! We hit one hard and since then it’s ‘eyes sharp on the road’), crazy driving, horse carriages and very visible poverty.
We enjoyed some nature and medieval castles in Transylvania (including the one people associate with Dracula). We liked Bucharest because its socialist past is still very present and we wish we had more time to get to know Romania better, but it’s off further east now and the country has to wait for some other time.

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