Even though it has not snowed this year, the city still looks so lovely! I have managed to meet all my friends and lovers and spent some quality time with my friends. Below you can see a few shots of the foods we love to eat at our gatherings:
Very recently I was lucky enough to go on a roadtrip through Europe which started in my home town of Cluj-Napoca, Romania and ended back in Northampton, England. While in Romania, I decided to go on a trip to visit Bran Castle or Dracula’s Castle. Taking the trip involved a bit of stamina as theContinue reading “The inside of Dracula’s castle”
It was a wonderful Ester break and the first thing I did last Friday was jump on the plane and go and see my folks. There were tears of joy, loads of good food (I think I need to go to the gym every day for the next 6 months to work out the cakesContinue reading “Spring time in Cluj-Napoca”
For the first time in a few years, the Catholic and the Orthodox Easter fall on the same dates (usually there is a two weeks delay for the Orthodox one). So I thought I would share a normal day on Easter for a Romanian. You get up at 11:30 PM on a Saturday to goContinue reading “Easter in Romania”
Here’s a quick weather update from Cluj-Napoca, Romania – from my balcony window. We have the amber weather alert and I can’t wait to see how much snow we’re going to have this year!!!
Whenever my coworkers ask me about my country or where I come from I know what they want to hear – the ugly facts – poverty, gypsies, thief stories and general complaints. They think of Romania like it’s a third world country and I should show my eternal gratitude for walking on English grounds, ’causeContinue reading “Cluj-Napoca from an Aerial Shot”