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Simonette Brebenariu first landing in RO

Simonette first step in Romania on February 6,2008.

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My experiences travelling by plane before only lasted for about 45 minutes or one hour, as to consider my flight from Manila to Cebu and from Manila to Hong Kong but when Daniel sent me an invitation and electronic ticket to be in Romania...Wow! this was the longest trip that I ever had in the history of my travel by plane with two stop-over...almost 17 hours...from Manila to Amsterdam and Amsterdam to Bucharest,Romania.Well, as a usual traveller, I was always there to say my prayer for a long journey and thank God, I had a happy and peaceful trip. When I arrived at the Airport of Bucharest,my very first landing,I mean,the first time to be in Romania on February 6,2008, I had felt that mixed emotions...too nervous...tensed...felt to go in the wash room...and so-so...and happy to see my future husband in reality. The time I saw Daniel...ehem! as if we saw each other in person for so long,actually his photo on emails and webcam with chat were similar in reality,though that was the very first time to see/meet both of us in person.Daniel was so speechless and emotional when he saw me, and I was so happy...too talkative and asked him questions about his feelings during that very moment. You might be surprised that we had met via internet, a sort of an e-pal, but our love story via email was longer,we knew each other for almost 4 years; we started chatting,had a communication via emails,mails,phone calls, on April 4,2004. Can you imagine that...well, as for travel in the country of Romania,the towns and counties that I had visited...I able to remark them all...very wonderful and a journey to treasure with my entire life and might tell My Travels to my future children.---Mrs.Simonette Tenido Brebenariu of Resita,Jud. Caras-Severin,Romania,Europe

Posted by simonette 15:00 Archived in Romania Tagged air_travel

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