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... me and the couple of other people sitting down and gave us each a chocolate biscuit. The others ate theirs straight away, so I did too - it turned out to have jam inside. As I finished eating, the priest chanted to the the semicircle from a Bible; he then placed it on the main table and chanted directly to it, with his back to the semicircle.
Throughout the whole thing, lots of people were wandering around, praying to icons and lighting candles as if there wasn't a ...
... Nevsky and we had an inside visit. Sorry but by this time the ABC rule is starting to kick in - (for those not in the know - "another bloody church") but I could see that some of our group were really interested so I just sit and look and admire and tune out.
By the time we left the church the rain had stopped and it stayed dry for the rest of our walking tour. This wasn't a very long one and we were then given about two and a half hours of free ...
... a woman and a guy both in their 50s, she apparently is a very famous Bulgarian fashion designer and the guy was a famous author. Again, not your average pub crawl. Loved every minute. I regret not spending more time in Sofia. I was told by a bunch of people that there isn't much to see, it's nothing exciting, blah blah blah...I need to start taking the advice if others with a grain of salt. Bulgaria fascinates me. I feel like three days in the city weren't enough. I did a ...
It was here that we also tried rakia, an intensely strong liquor found throughout the Balkans (although Bulgaria lays claim to its origin) that is the country's national drink and a mirror of the pálinka we had tried in Hungary a week prior. Considering its alcohol content (at least 40% in most cases, and higher in others), rakia was surprisingly easy to drink, although doing so was, understandably, a slow process. I also tried Kamenitza, one of the ...
... we figured we were screwed. I started to walk away but the man on the waiting list told us to wait and they just might have room for us. We held or breath and almost started to cry when she let us know that there were 3 seats available. We quickly paid and asked the kind man who helped us if he was going to be able to make it on as well. He said no, but that he had a car and could drive there. We thanked him profusely knowing that he had no reason to help us and could have ...