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| simple roads – great weather during the summer – friendly people | I didn’t quite know what to expect upon my arrival from London to Henri airport (for those that don’t know this is Romania’s busiest international airport). I knew I was entering a country placed closer to eastern Europe and still developing out of her recent communist past.(On a sunny day I’d probably say Bucharest is the prettiest European city I have been too so far) Let’s be honest; it’s not every day that you read positive and inspiring things about Romania” according to Ethan Richards. The treatment of gypsies, the “Romania is a poor country” talk, “they are conservatists and racists” and the arduous “winter weather” are just some of the things I have heard before. As a black, another thing I noticed is that we are very few. You won’t find any trendy Ghanaian Restaurants, migrant professionals or African churches.Andreea Cristea was knocked into the river after a car driven by Kent-born killer Khalid Masood ploughed into pedestrains across the central London bridge on March 22.The 31-year-old had been fighting for her life but was believed to have been showing signs of improvement following the attack. I was still there and still here this summer and the climate together combined with the rather welcoming nature of the people reminds me of the days I was based in Arusha in Northern Tanzania. It doesn’t have as many Africans as Athens but it’s very different to anything I have ever experienced before in other european cities.Constanta - A Romanian tourist thrown into the Thames when an extremist plowed into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, was on Saturday finally buried in this Black Sea port which was her hometown.
The Romanian couple were on a short vacation to celebrate Burnaz's birthday.
In a moving statement, her family and partner Andrei Burnaz said: “After fighting for her life for over two weeks, our beloved and irreplaceable Andreea - wonderful daughter, sister, partner, dedicated friend and the most unique and life loving person you can imagine - was cruelly and brutally ripped away from our lives in the most heartless and spiritless way.“She will always be remembered as our shining ray of light that will forever keep on shining in our hearts.“There are no words to even begin to describe the crushing pain and emptiness that is left in our hearts.”The Romanian tourist was on a short break to London with her boyfriend at the time of the shocking attack.
He had been due to propose later that day, but their happiness was shattered when Masood drove an SUV down the pavement of Westminster Bridge.
Ambassador to Britain Dan Mihalache said she underwent surgery to remove a blood clot from her brain.
But Ms Cristea, an interior designer from the Black Sea port of Constanta, has now succumbed to her injuries.
I have n't told all my story yet to anyone, just need to find the time to write it down and decide what I'm going to do about it.