Iasi. It's actually pronounced "Yash".
There is lots to say about this cultural center and former capital of Moldova. Its history is rich and its elegant streets, very enjoyable to wander through. However, in this very subjective road trip, its main feature is that it sits at the very edge of the country. Just next to the Eastern border I will be crossing, I leave the Iasian avenues.
These Ukulele Road Trips have been in Romania for a while, and even if I could write long lines about the wonderful experiences and travels I've had here, I'd rather let a song do the talking.
I'll Brasov (brush off) the dust from Transylvania, from my old jeans, I will again be a, travelling bard this time a little bit more brave, smile and wave, smile and wave, smile and wave
a Bucharest (book a rest) in the commie capital, a walk in Tineretului and all, I leave behind just like the time you gave, smile and wave smile and wave, smile and wave
Am I happy now to go, from the old culture capital, Iasi (yes) and no, I smile and wave Bicaz Bicaz (because), I see all that could be and all, that was
On my way I'll Sibiu (see biou-)tiful sights I'm sure, time for a Bran (brand) new start and an encore encore, time also for a haircut and a fresh shave, smile and wave, smile and wave, smile and wave