Exploring Romania with Traveleyes
It was getting dark as our small group arrived by bus in the Saxon village of Viscri, set in the heart of Transylvania. It had been a long and tiring day and the last five miles had been uncomfortable as we were driven along a bumpy unmade road, through verdant terrain. We all just wanted to get to our guest house and chill out before meeting for dinner. But our little bus had come to grinding halt - it had to, because it was surrounded by large herd of cows making their slow way back to the cowsheds in the small farmsteads that lined Viscri’s main thoroughfare. We had been transported back to daily rituals and life straight out of a previous century ...
Lost Luggage - How I Coped and What I Learnt
I was thrilled at the prospect of eight weeks travelling through India – a mixture of work and leisure. After two weeks, when I took my first group of tourists to Delhi airport I changed my routine. Because I was staying in India I did not, as usual, separate my hold luggage and hand luggage (essentials) but instead I pushed everything into my holdall. It was an action I was to regret for the next five weeks because, after it was loaded onto our bus, I never saw that holdall again...