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Day 6 Update

After a delicious dinner at Time Out in Beius, we headed to the city of Oradea where Habitat is building 30 homes in the next two years. We spent the night at Camunel Felix to work in the morning at the same location I was at last year. I was excited to be reunited with my old friends - the rest of the Habitat Beius staff. They are some of the best Habitat site leaders in the world. Of course I had to stop and take a picture during break with my buddies.

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We had several crews working on Saturday making rebar columns and prepping the foundation for the cement. Once again, the site was so well organized and everyone had a ton of work to do.

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We only worked until 1:00pm and then had lunch with the crew and said our goodbyes. Mihai, Claudiu, and Valer headed back to Beius that afternoon. It was sad to see them go, but it's not goodbye for "Ne vedem vara viitoare!" (See you next summer!).

After work, some of the team members went up the baths while others just relaxed for the afternoon. We all met up at the mall and enjoyed our last dinner with Emil (and his son Edi). We also had the chance to bowl and Emil was victorious in both games - Kyle has promised to come back and beat h next year!

In the morning, we had some breakfast and said our goodbyes. Before we pulled away in the van for Budapest I had to take one last picture with Emil and the team.

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To the amazing staff and crew at Habitat Beius, i leave you with my best thanks in Romanian :) Multumesc pentru rabdare, bunatate si toata buna dispozitie pe care ne-ati oferit-o in aceasta saptamana! Ne vedem vara viitoare!

Posted by gooberkn 06:01 Archived in Romania Tagged habitat global_village

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