Where the biggest potatoes grow?

A blog post from Romania?
My friend (and fellow blogger) from Brasov who visited us recently published this.
How could I not re-blog it/
Thanks Cornelia …
așteaptă cu nerăbdare data viitoare

Cornelia's Blog

I am a very busy primary school teacher involved in some international projects so I travel a lot. My last journey was in England and it was one of the best ever: beside project work, I met good friends and I understood what English country life meant.

London… lot of people, crowdy streets, impossible traffic, Buckingham Palace, rush hours in the tube, red buses, Westminster Abbey, expensive food and souvenirs, parks, pubs, the Thames, any language of the world, Big Ben in Elisabeth Tower…After five days of exploring and struggling the city I took the train to Birmingham International to visit my friend Paul and his family.

Country life in England was a great experience for me as I was a part of common values shared by the English community: allotment for growing the favourite taste, sound of silence, ”dangerous” forests, incredible gardens telling stories, tea and porridge, ancient cathedrals…

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  1. I am very glad that Cornelia enjoyed her visit to the UK 🙂


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