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Exploring Transylvania: Days Out with Happy Faces

Corvin Castle

In Summer 2014 we spent seven weeks volunteering at Happy Faces summer camp in Transylvania, Romania. Aside from Dracula we had no idea what to expect, but we soon discovered that Romania has lots of cool and interesting places to

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Road Trip Transylvania

After our cross-dressing exploits, a couple of less wild weeks went by on camp. We went on a few trips with the children (I’ll write about those later), our new room-mate Rhia from Denmark arrived and Zahra, Rick and I were given

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Camp Life Becomes a Drag

<< Part 3: We’ll get to the part where I’m in a dress soon enough… But first update yourself on the story so far in my previous blog ‘Happy Faces in Romania‘. Our first week on camp was much less

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Happy Faces in Romania

<< Part 2: Homeless in Budapest Romania, the home of gypsies, thieves and scrap metal dealers. This is a country which basically serves as a holding room for people waiting to come to the UK to sponge our benefits and (for the few

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Homeless in Budapest

Life in a Bag There’s something kinda big I forgot to mention in my previous post, maybe for some kind of subliminal Freudian reasons where I figured that if I didn’t think about it, it might not be true. Thinking about

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An Unexpected Journey

I just finished booking a flight to Thailand and my first hotel in Bangkok, when it really sank in I will soon be leaving Romania, if not forever, then for a very long time. It got me thinking about all of the things

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