Bogdan Marcas, who arrived in Aberdeen, Scotland when he was 5, recently graduated in Economics, and is now heading to Romania for a gap year. Guest writer Matt Sampalean talked to him about life outside Romania and the prospects of ever coming back home.
What are your most vivid memories of Romania?
The experience of the Bucharest’s metro system has been imprinted on my memory since I was four or five. The old leather seats of the “Personale” trains and the way train journeys lasted eternities when I was a child. Picking potatoes in the Romanian countryside, and eating as many chips as I can (the Roman in me). Staring at stars, also in the countryside, while drinking hot milk.
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