Tatiana and I have been travelling for about two weeks now. First three days in Berlin again, where we revisited the Neptune in Alexanderplatz to feel up the naked female statues! We also trammed it to Voltz Park, people’s park, to explore the fairy tale fountain with all the lovely statues to children’s fairy stories: Snow White and her seven dwarfs, Hansel and Gretel, etc. Then the journey to Poland. We took the train to Poznan and stayed three days.
Tony and Tatiana are travelling around Poland promoting his book. Interviews with journalists and TV occurring soon.
I’m now safely home in my small seaside apartment in wonderful Devon, UK. I’ve just finished a fascinating and eventful trip through Greece, Turkey, Romania, Ukraine and Republic of Moldova. Some journeys were undertaken with beautiful Tatiana and others were conducted alone. Thank you to all the kind and wonderful people I’ve met for helping make the journey fun and interesting. Thanks for your kindness and friendship along the way. Happy adventures to one and all.
Now back in Bucharest after a fascinating trip. I’ve visited Chernivtsi, Ukraine, it is also called Cernau in Romania. A historical city about three hours bus ride north-east of Suceava, Romania. After three days there I headed to my 94th country, Republic of Moldova. I stayed in Chisinau, the country’s capital. It’s about a 7-9 hour night bus ride from Chernivtsi. Nice quiet people and little to do or see. Some lovely parks, an orthodox church,