My parents in Romania


The fortress of Rasnov built in 1215 by Teutonic Knights, just a half hour away from Brasov. It is said to have been defeated only once.












Amma speaking to my 10th grade class


The students displayed their talents in a musical performance


I asked my parents to bring some Indian sweets to share with the students


Having coffee at the McDonalds after a tiring day of exploring the city of Bucharest. Thanks to Anca for showing us around.


The Village Museum in Bucharest, a huge outdoor park with houses, churches and structures from various regions of Romania


























We had lunch at Souvlaki Memos, a Greek Restaurant. Good food, ambience . . .


Crispy Eggplant


Vegetable burgers


The whole spread, Greek Salad, Grilled Vegetables, Mushrooms, etc.


An aborted visit to Peles Castle in Sinia. Someone forgot to tell us that it was closed for restoration in November. Anyway, we still managed to eat at an Indian restaurant in Bucharest before I dropped my parents at the airport.


We ate at Karishma, which was actually the second Indian restaurant we tried after Haveli. It had been 6 months since I had eaten Indian food and the spices where just heavenly.