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Across Transylvania like the wind

Romania is a curious place. Evidence of its EU membership is rarely apparent outside Bucharest; even motorways are thin on the ground. Instead, dual carriageways with liberal sprinklings of potholes snake through small towns and villages, and people sell apples, cheese, honey, brandy and other homegrown/homemade/home-brewed goodies on the roadside. 666 more words

Photography

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Inside Transylvania

The opening pages from my upcoming novel:

About this book

The boy had a gift for bringing beauty out of just vision and raw materials. His mentor knew this. 874 more words

Lil not in Prague

In the last couple weeks, I’ve been on trips to Dresden, Germany; southern Moravia, and the small city Cesky Krumlov. It’s been pretty amazing and I have a ton of pictures and a second ton of things I want to tell, so this is a little overwhelming. 834 more words

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Curtea de Argeș

Curtea de Argeș literally means The Court upon Argeș and refers to the former status of the town as the capital of Wallachia.

One of the oldest towns in Wallachia, Curtea de Argeș was the capital of a small local state which was the start for the unification of the lands south of the Carpathians at the beginning of the 13th century. 465 more words

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The Poienari Fortress

If you are looking for the real Dracula castle, you can find it on a mountain top, 1480 stairs and 400 meter high from the Argeș Valley. 258 more words

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