Afternoons in Chisinau are even more interesting, the better the light, the more interesting they become. Needless to say that the leitmotif of the trip were the stairs/climbs that we encountered and had to go up and down but we did it loud and proud. Shooting strangers was a little harder than back home so I had to make use of our great friends.
That was about it for our short trip, one I would recommend but might be open to discussion over a glass of wine. Chisinau is a great city willing to develop and make a better name for itself, but just like any city in Romania, it is prone to corruption, wide separation of the social classes, ignorance, and vandalism. It’s an eastern-European thing, you wouldn’t understand it.