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Endre
Posted: Tue, 06. Nov 2007, 13:08
Joined: 31 Oct 2007 Posts: 6 Location: Bekescsaba/Hungary
Hi,

I'm Endre from Hungary. I drive a 95er 4Runner 3.0TD. This year was the first time,when I visited the event of BTT. Rolling Eyes
Otherwise, I regularly organise some trips to Rumania or just a plain driving with my friends,here in Hungary.


Trying to find the right way...


That's me...


TOYOTA is the boss... Cool
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Romain
Posted: Tue, 06. Nov 2007, 17:33
Joined: 02 Nov 2007 Posts: 154 Location: Bascharage/G-D de Luxembourg
Hi Endre
I often passed Hungary for my trips in Romania. I always liked killing a bottle of Egry Bikaver in Hungary

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Endre
Posted: Tue, 06. Nov 2007, 18:25
Joined: 31 Oct 2007 Posts: 6 Location: Bekescsaba/Hungary
Romain,

it's nice to hear it!

I live in the south-east part of the country,close to the hun-rom boarder.

Maybe, Alex could talk about the taste of Bikavr,also... Razz
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Romain
Posted: Tue, 06. Nov 2007, 21:32
Joined: 02 Nov 2007 Posts: 154 Location: Bascharage/G-D de Luxembourg
Endre
Generally I took the road -> Püspökladany -> Berettyoufalu to Bors - Oradea, but a few times I passed the border at Arad.
In 96' I had to clean my car in a Renault Garage near Battonya because I took a lot of bad diesel in RO Evil or Very Mad
I also was at the border in Arad when war stopped in Serbia. We had to wait about an hour when a few hundred US army cars and trucks entered Romania in a hury .
I always liked Hungary very much (exept Püspökladany Rolling Eyes )but never was offroading there.
Maybe next year i'm coming back, staying a couple of days before going to Romania. We are planing a trip Hungary - Romania - Slovenia - Poland.
greetings from Luxembourg

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netzmeister
Posted: Wed, 07. Nov 2007, 08:53
Joined: 16 May 2001 Posts: 5223 Location: 76356 Weingarten
Endre wrote:
Maybe, Alex could talk about the taste of Bikav�r,also... Razz


At least I CAN talk after that bottle... Very Happy

Very, very tasty...indeed!

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emsi
Posted: Wed, 07. Nov 2007, 10:56
Joined: 01 Nov 2007 Posts: 29 Location: Warszawa / Poland
Romain wrote:
Maybe next year i'm coming back, staying a couple of days before going to Romania. We are planing a trip Hungary - Romania - Slovenia - Poland.
greetings from Luxembourg


Slovakia I suppose Smile

This year our club had a trip to Romania. Our way was Poland - Slovakia - Hungary - border in Oradea and then we went to Sebes and were driving in the mountains for one week.

You can see my webgallery here

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Romain
Posted: Wed, 07. Nov 2007, 21:29
Joined: 02 Nov 2007 Posts: 154 Location: Bascharage/G-D de Luxembourg
Ups Embarassed of course Slovakia.
In the region of Sebes - Sibiu - Sighisoara, I met (old) Romanians who did speak my language. The families of those people came to Transylvania in the years between 1500 and 1600. Amazing beeing 2500 km far away from home and meeting someone who speaks your language .
Did you never go to the north? Gheorgeni - Lacul Rosu - Campulung Moldovensc and so on? Nice to do offroad trips there.
Greetings

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achtbit
Posted: Fri, 07. Dec 2007, 14:32
Joined: 07 Dec 2007 Posts: 3
Hi Romain,

maybe one time we can have a chat in out mother tongue. I am one of this "Romanians" who speaks this old German slang. Technical we where Romanians, but ... that's an other story.

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Romain
Posted: Fri, 07. Dec 2007, 16:17
Joined: 02 Nov 2007 Posts: 154 Location: Bascharage/G-D de Luxembourg
Hi Reinhold
Any Problem Laughing maybe at BTT or anywhere else
In deed , the Romanian *Sächsisch* is the old language wich was spoken in the 14 th century in the region of Eifel-Ardennen-Lorraine. Between Aachen and Metz. That region was Luxembourg in the middle-age.
I met a few guys in Transylvania which spoke *Sächsisch* and it took only a couple of minutes to understand each other.
The difference is that in the new luxembourgish language we use many french expressions and sächsish stayed the old language of the middle age.

Greetings

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Posted: Fri, 07. Dec 2007, 16:19
Joined: 16 May 2001 Posts: 5223 Location: 76356 Weingarten
May I install a special "Sächsisch" Forum?

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Romain
Posted: Fri, 07. Dec 2007, 16:23
Joined: 02 Nov 2007 Posts: 154 Location: Bascharage/G-D de Luxembourg
Laughing
Which *Sächsisch*?
From Transylvania or from Sachsen?
There is a great difference.
Maybe we can have a few more guys from Romania here at Eurocruisers and so have a Romanian and Sächsisch Forum Cool
(and a Dracula Forum Twisted Evil )

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achtbit
Posted: Fri, 07. Dec 2007, 17:14
Joined: 07 Dec 2007 Posts: 3
Is there a "Sachsen" thing in Transylvania? I can't remember. As I know, my ancestors are from the Places you wrote. Some years ago my father spend a weekend at Luxemburg an there was a writing on a wall.
"Mir walen bleiwen wot mer sen" Sort of .... I never learned writing the Saxsonian language. I only speak it with my family.
btw, I am from Sercaia, Jud. Brasov. In German: Schirkanyen, Kreis Kronstadt. In the middle of Romania.

Schirkanyen


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Romain
Posted: Fri, 07. Dec 2007, 17:41
Joined: 02 Nov 2007 Posts: 154 Location: Bascharage/G-D de Luxembourg
The old luxemburgish language is called Sächsisch in Transylvania. Why? I dont' know. I was really astonished the first time I heard the Romanians speaking *my* language. (I think it was in 94)
Sachsen and Luxembourg are far away from each other and they have any special relations.
Luxembourg has old relations to Silesia and to the region of Prague, but any to the region of Dreden-Leipzig (Sachsen).

Mir welle bleiwen waat mir sinn.


Our people created that a few hundred years ago when Prussia made an invasion of our coutry. Of course the further wars reinforced that sentence. We never wanted to be integrated to Germany. We like to have good relations but nothing more.
I saw this sentence a few years ago in a little church in a little village near Deva (Judetul Sibiu).
Also Dracula's father (Vlad Tepes 1) had to do with someone from Luxembourg


In the years after WW2, about 5 Million people spoke "Sächsisch" in Romania. Most of them are living now in Germany (like you) and the biggest part did choose Bavaria to live (like you).
Why? I don't know.
In Luxembourg today we only are 470.000 Laughing That means there were more people living in Romania that in Luxembourg who spoke Luxembourgish (or Sächsisch) after WW2.

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Beast
Posted: Fri, 07. Dec 2007, 19:28
Joined: 07 Dec 2007 Posts: 13 Location: Italy
Hi Folks

Here I am ... coming from the Buschtaxi site ...

At the moment I'm moving a '93 HiLux 2.8 litres, but there's some ol' iron on the yard ... J4, J6 ... waiting to be revitalized.

Seams like I'm the first italian at all ... may I do some PR?

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Romain
Posted: Fri, 07. Dec 2007, 22:02
Joined: 02 Nov 2007 Posts: 154 Location: Bascharage/G-D de Luxembourg
I think we better have to open further discussions about Transylvania in a new thread.

Beast, you also should present you in your own *Who I am * thread

Greetz

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