Făget

When we crossed the romanian border it was very interesting to see that we slowly fade into the Balkan. We drove to Făget where we lived at the place of Johannes‘ relatives Meli and Pisti. There the guys showed us how they catch fish using nothing else than their blank hands. We were brought to a local village-distillery where they brewed the infamous ‚Palinka‘. We had to say many times ’noroc‘, which means ‚cheers‘. Aside of the wild romanian life we also had some philosophical moments, as you can see in the following teaser.

The opportunity of freedom from Johannes Orthmayr on Vimeo.

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Our hosts showed us around in the area where we saw a 500 years old wooden church, some very nice landscapes and enabled the meeting with the french artist Alfred Hamm, who lives since 15 years in Romania, which was  very convenient.

And some sad news: Susanne finally left us after one month of joint-travelling. Bye bye Susi G…

Thank you again Meli, Pisti, Attila, Arpad, Dan, Alfred and all the others for the nice time!

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