Romanians can teach a thing or two
March 29, 2014Posted by on
“The Transylvanian landscape looks something like Shropshire, with more woods and no hedges. Centuries-old trees stand in the meadows, giving shade to cattle in the fierce summer heats. The beechwoods are reminiscent of Sussex; only with hardly anybody about and no sign of human habitation for miles.
At a time when Britain is letting in large numbers of migrant workers from Romania, Prince Charles is leading a small counter-migration: of well-heeled Northern Europeans who delight in species-rich meadows and rickety farmhouses (which, incidentally, can still be bought for a song).
‘It’s the last corner of Europe where you see true sustainability and complete resilience,’ says the Prince. ‘There’s so much we can learn from it before it’s too late.'”
From the Daily Mail: