Going Home – Romania

For the past weeks I have been home to Romania, this is why I posted so little on WordPress and I am very sorry for the inconvenience. Sometimes going home means I use less internet and stay more with my family, especially now when I live so far away. So I thought that it would interesting to share some photos, places, food and things I have done home. Enjoy ^_^

First I always love to take photos in the plane or train ^_^ My traveling from Aberdeen, Scotland to my hometown in Romania involved quite a lot of transportation: plane, train and car. Here are some photos:


One of the things I love most home is the food and it’s not only my mother’s or grandmother’s ( I don’t count them because their food is always the best for me). Also, I love to eat in more traditional restaurants or that have a garden vibe to them. I have special food photos to make you all hungry ^_^

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Another big part of staying in Romania is gardening. As a child I was raised mostly by my grandparents and their garden was my playground. I don’t want to say I know how to work properly in a garden, but I love being there and helping as much as I can. Also, it is the place when I extremely relaxed ^_^

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Now on the more traditional part, I thought that it would be interesting to show you some traditional costumes, materials and other things. I find them so incredibly beautiful, but I am sure every country has its unique beautiful costumes and here are some from Romania:
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Hope you enjoyed this inside into Romania ^_^ Let me know if you have visited it, or if you are from Romania what is your favorite thing about it? Some time ago, I written a post about visiting Bucharest: What a Mathematician should visit in Bucharest? or check my magazine: MathTravel.

Thank you for your support.Hope you are all having fun this summer, don’t forget to check my Facebook event: Mathematics and Summer ^_^ Thank you for your help and support. Thank you for reading. You can find me on FacebookTumblr, Google+,  TwitterInstagram and Lettrs, I will try to post there as often as possible. Don’t forget that maths is everywhere! Enjoy! 

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  1. I have visited some places in western Romania: Dumbrava (where my husband’s father was born), Făget, and Timișoara. I liked them very much and would love to return. I really liked all the pictures in this post. Thank you so much for sharing your culture and pictures!


  2. Thank you for sharing about your home country. I always find your posts to be so informative (I’m a homeschooling mom) and though this one was not math-related, it was still enjoyable.

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