The chain of help..

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In this morning i checked in a nice Japoneze guy , Masato, who told me a story...

He arrived in Brasov  this morning from Chisinau by bus, so he was dropped of at the bus station no2, he had no clue what to do, where to go, how to arrive to our hostel..his luck was two  locals who helped him by taking him to the trainstaion from Bartolomeu to take the train to the main train station..

The problem was he had no romanian currency ..and the romanian couple gave him 5 ron, dropped him at the train station for 20 minutes to wait the train ..meanwhile  he was waiting a street guy told him by hand language that the train arrived and he has to jump in..

Now our tourists was in the train thanks to the romanian couple and the street guy..the ticket officer came and starts to shout at the street guy who didnt have any peny to pay his ticket so Masato pay with his 5 ron his ticket and his new friend ticket..

So that is the way goes.. the chain of help..

A great and nice story about how we all should be..HELPING EACHOTHER ...in any circumstances..

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