Finger licking in Romania: Ep.7 The trusty Lebanese place

In this part of the world, if you are living in a major city and consider yourself a citizen, you most probably already have that Lebanese restaurant as a backup plan when the main restaurant you are heading to doesn’t have free seats that one night you forgot to book. It’s our way of “being …

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Going analog: short walk through the King’s park

A few people know that Herăstrău park, in the North of Bucharest (maybe the biggest in the city, I’ll not google it), was a work that came to the realisation during the Royalty years of Romania. The Monarchy that we had in Romania prior to the years the communists came, had an inclination to the …

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’tis the season to measure the harvest

Sunday morning.  I hear those tiny footsteps coming down from the bedroom area, tumbling everything in their way, while the heel is pressing down hard with each step as in a punishment she is looking to give to the ground. With one hand beneath the pillow, looking for the cool spot underneath, I’m trying hard …

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Discovering the footwear of our ancestors through kindergarten DIY

The kid is in the kindergarten for about 3 months now. Though the first few days (almost the whole first week tbh) the situation was incredible, meaning that she didn’t shed a tear when we first left her there; the second week was the one to torment us as she got bored, wanted to stay home …

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