A little night walk

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  1. Konigstiger205

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    So here I was at my grandmas house just 6 miles outside Bucharest, with my cousin who is the same age as me and her boyfriend.So around 11 p.m. we left for home and on the way someone said "Lets go see the sea"...first I thought it was a joke but we got on the highway and around midnight we got to Constanta which is the biggest port in my country and around 124 miles distance from Bucharest.We saw the sea...took pictures and went for a midnight coffee.We planned to remain to see the sunrise on the beach but unfortunately around 2 a.m. a killer fog appeared so we had to get back to Bucharest...we where all tired and since we couldn't see the sunrise anymore we left...it was a fun trip just perfect for a week-end escapade.
     

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    Thats cool i havent done anything like that in a long time
     
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    It gives you the chance to escape the daily routine and to get away from the city.
     
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    Very true
     
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    I like the sunrise shot. I took my son to the beach a few weeks ago for a few hours. It's always relaxing to hear the surf hitting the beach.
     
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    I live for that sound Eric, its home to me...
     
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    I love the sea, always have and always will....

    Good idea Konigstiger....I refuse to take part in the daily rat race that goes on..
     
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    Real nice, King. Love the sunset shot (sunrise?). One of the only redeeming values about Jersey is what we call "the Shore".
     
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    Yep its the sunrise...if it wasn't for that damn fog we would have seen it on the beach...but we can always return...hopefully this time in daylight...you can't see many things in the night...except for the stars..which we did...on our way to Constanta we stop in the middle of nowhere to see the stars...in my entire life I didn't saw a sky so beautiful...
     
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    Good on ya Tiger! I need to do something like that again - going through one of my 'sick of work,etc' phases again at the moment..
     
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    Nice mate.

    I did similar the other night. Me and my mate went for a drive and parked on a cliff car park. Just sat and chatted and watched the sun go down. Real relaxing...........
     
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    This might raise a few question marks....me and my "mate", going for a "drive", park on a cliff "car park"...."chat and watch the sun go down"...hmmmm.

    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Nah he;d just bought a new car, so I followed in mine. Also did some harmless drag racing ;)
     
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    As long as you didn't steam up the windows....:lol: :lol: :lol:

    What kinda car did he buy?
     
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    A Matchbox Ferrari...:twisted: :D
     
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    ya hilarious...........

    he bought a Holden S pack Commodore which of course will mean nothing to you lucky.

    It puts out about 200hp from a 3.8L V6.
     
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    Anything like this?
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