When a country calls to you you have to keep going back! I have been living and working in Romania for 12 years and I cannot stay away. Partly it is the people (why do they get such a bad press - I don't recognise the headlines in the tabloids), partly it is the amazing landscape.
However I am always impressed how Romania is puling itself out of the morass of the communist times. The scandal of the orphanages has meant that a lot of repair work has to be done: social workers have more training in attachment work, large institutions have closed down and smaller group homes have been created; the wider world is much more aware and continues to send teams of professionals to do training, develop projects and generally raise awareness of rights and needs of children and adults with disabilities, people in long-stay psychiatric hospitals, and older people, especially those with dementia.
There is still a lot more to be done, and Romanians are very willing to learn! You can always join me for a volunteers week (or more) together with training.
Rather than condemn Romanians, for the few who run scams (as they do in every counry), think about helping to heal the landscape, and its people who suffered horrendously for so many years.