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Travel Blogs from Sofia
... print, a deer and some wild pigs as well. We had another guy that works with them come along with a new horse that was learning how to do the trails. Apparently they said depending on the horse and trainer it can take anywhere between 2-6 months. The horse he was on was very skittish and jumped at a branch breaking that it stepped on. The whole time the guy riding it was talking to it like you would a baby and Veronica at one point was translating what he was saying. It ...
... wanderers like us. We of course visited Old Town and a couple coffee shops along the way. Nigel ate more pizza and more gyros for midday snacks. Terrea felt that this was one of her favorite cities. It could have been the sun shining, free espresso or just simply the incredible architecture, but she knew she loved Novi Sad!
The following morning we got up early, made our favorite quick and cheap breakfast (boiled eggs doused in hot sauce that we carry around and ...
... but uninspiring. Governments need a great deal of money to bring about change. There is much unemployment and salaries are low and people can feel both depressed and confused. Despite this, construction and development is happening. McDonalds has not been available in most of the countries that we have travelled through, however, in Sofia, there was a McDonalds in many parts of the city, so, clearly, western "ideology" has invaded this ...
... in the period of the 2 minutes I was checking their produce wares.
Another comical moment:
I had heard and learned, but I had temporarily forgotten that Bulgarians reverse the nod and shakes of the head for "yes" and "no". I.e. "Yes" is symbolized by the horizontal shake of the head (vs. our "no"), and the "no" is symbolized by the vertical nod of the head (vs. our "yes").
Remember: NODDING = NO. SHAKING = YES.
Upon passing ...
... to take a picture at one stall to capture the Cyrillic names for common vegetables, but the owner, an older man with a wooly beard, waves me off - Neh, neh, neh, neh! - thus nipping my industrial espionage scheme in the bud. Outside the food stands are rows of small stalls selling everything from bras to plumbing supplies (though never both in the same stall). One shop offers wines directly from barrels and customers fill plastic bottles from the spigots. At a mobile ...
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