It’s that time of year when I start collecting sites of travel information. I’m booking my flight to Turkey today, and I’ve booked my flight back from Krakow already, so all I have to do is fill in the gaps to get from one to the other. I’ve never been this organised about a trip, but we’ve already worked out how to get from Istanbul to Romania (via Bulgaria), and we’re starting to work back from when Min must leave to see what we can see in Romania and Moldova. I’ll have nearly a week in Ukraine by myself, but even then there are vast distances to cover so it’s not as much time as it sounds.
At least I’ll have two weeks of vegetarian food on site but then I’ll be needing IVU’s Vegetarian Phrases in World Languages and Vegetarian Phrases In Other Languages.

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  1. gwynn says:

    i wonder how one says, ” i’m sick of vegetarian lasagna”? because that would be really useful for me right now

  2. mia says:

    That all depends on where you are!
    I have been known to become violent at the mention of “vegetarian lasagne”. Even worse “vegetarian bake”, but I think that’s a purely English invention.

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