Casa Ferrari B&B
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... through the bush other places it was a fire truck road or something similar. We rode for a solid 3 hours which took us to the place we were meeting the others for lunch. After we said goodbye to the other and headed back to the stables in a round a bout way. The last little field the dad turned around and asked if we wanted to try a gallop. Sim said yes, I was trying to sort my reins out or do something and hadn't realised what was about to happen. As soon as the dad's ...
... br> After feeding the sugar urges, enjoying the smoke free environment and soaking up the free wifi, he wandered off back into town and who should turn up but Elvira-free Mandy. Reunited at last! So we went for more cake to celebrate her happy hair day and Steve's survival in the wilderness.
That night, our group went to a fantastic touristy type restaurant up the road from our hotel. A bunch of other tour groups came through while we ...
... it to Belgrade (oh, and someone having a sneaky couple of cigarettes in the front. We have never appreciated smoking bans in Canada as much as we have now!!!). Luckily our hostel was across the street from the train station which made settling in quite easy. We were lucky to end up with a 4 bed dorm to ourselves for the night and crashed early. The following morning we attempted to get a free walking tour but nobody showed up so we had to do it ourselves. We visited ...
... quite deflated as we had made the effort to travel two hours to get there. We had a nice lunch though and walked around the town. Bulgaria definitely is a country that doesn't rely or revoke around tourism, in fact hardly anything in Sofia was written in English making it so hard for us to try and get around independently. Many locals don't speak English as well so we couldn't even ask - we tried and failed this at the metro station so we had ...
... twonewly arrived very young babies that had just been left at the hospital by their mums. The centre will do all the administration that leads to the state being declared as wards of the children before they can be put up for adoption. This process can take six months. Hopefully they will find happy families, just as Pavel has.
We then delivered some boxes to the tiny ...