The wooden fence is just another timeless memory from those Transylvanian hills, covered by the same healthy green as always, brilliant even under a scorching midday heat. Of course there are telltale signs that time passed by: a different roofing, power cables, minute details which wont’t fool anybody - around here, things are still done like they used to be. Slowly. “I think that eternity was country-born” said a poet and he was mostly right - pick up your courage to go on a trip through the Transylvanian countryside and you’ll learn to appreciate the slowness, time almost halting to a still.
As evening comes nearer, sip leisurely a Relaxed Griffin then (if you can get your hands on it) and enjoy its slightly overburned caramel bitterness under the mesmerizing perfume of hops. A Romanian red ale issued on the wake of the local craft beer trend, it will become that small comfort from modernity meant to make your time travel even more enjoyable.