Once a Moroccan guy said to a Romanian guy : Romania is where the Heaven is! You have water, green trees and women. Well, after last weekend and a trip in the Carpathians I have to admit that yes, Romania is a piece of Heaven.
For the last few months, I’ve started spending most of my weekends in Sibiu and discover step by step its beauties. Situated right in the middle of Romania, Sibiu is a city of about 150 000 inhabitants, European Cultural Capital in 2007 and now, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful and well preserved cities in the country.
Last weekend I finally managed to visit The Village Museum in Sibiu. Located in the ‘Dumbrava Sibiului’ National Rezervation, the Village Museum is one of the biggest in Europe, with over 300 buildings and 16 000 traditional objects. Very easy to get to (by bus from Sibiu you get there in about 20 minutes), it’s a great place to spend a day in the middle of the nature and surrounded by Romanian traditions (and all this for only 4 EUR entry fee).
Ok. I admit it. I’m beginning to like this blogging thing, if for nothing else than for the exercise. And, since I caught the blogging bug, after talking about it with Biencutza, I decided to write another post on Barcelona. It’s true, it has been a while since my Spanish vacation, but I’ll try not to let that stand in the way of a (hopefully) good and useful article. Continue reading
Mother cooked today a delicious dish : vegetables rolls made of grated zucchini, eggplants, potatoes, tomatoes, green beans, garlic, onions and an egg, mixed all together and fried for about 20 minutes in a frying pan.The dough was made of flour, eggs, water and yeast, mixed together.
For the past 6 days I’ve been wondering aimlessly (more or less) on the streets of Lisbon. I planned this journey together with my best friend (Petru) at the beginning of this year. The main reason we wanted to go there, was because we really wanted to see Radiohead. Their concert was part of a 3 days festival which has been held in Lisbon for the past 6 years. But we’ll get to that soon. Patience!
It’s a book about love, about friendship and relationships, but it’s also, a book where abnormal things happen, where people double themselves and live their lives from different perspectives.