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... Wifi sorted. Won't have to change rooms tomorrow which is a bonus. Got a double bed so looks like flying solo on the trip.
Had a shower and sent some emails. Going into my checked luggage, the shampoo had split open, causing a fair mess amongst the toiletries but fortunately missing the clothes.
Bit of orientation and then went out for a walk. Did not bring the camera as just for exercise. Today is a camera fee day.
... Syrian refugees. Fortunately, group transportation such as ours moved through a separate line, so our wait time was minimal. We were just happy to receive a stupid stamp in our passport as so many countries in the EU no longer decorate identification.
According to Warren Buffett, the key to happiness is low expectations. In the case of visiting Eastern European’s least expensive capital, Sofia, his advice was particularly sound. Not only did we take ...
... lines, yelling at the officers because they need to catch their trains…we were waiting there like for 15 minutes and when it was finally our turn the lady told us: “Thessaloniki - no train!” but just in case she sent us to the desk no. 10 (international tickets) where we were supposed to wait for another 15 minutes – NO WAY! We left :)
Then we started heading to our hostel, on the way we passed through the local market (mainly with vegetable ...
... Today provides a reminder that there are large numbers of children growing up in communities like this one in Skravena; marginalised, ostracised, vilified even. There is a lot more to do.
This is our last post form the 2012 Christmas box trip. We have had a challenging but successful trip with more presents than ever before being given to children and families all across Bulgaria. None of this would be possible without the tremendous support of our donors in the UK ...
... cakes. I felt as if I was in five star heaven drinking that tea and eating that pretty little cake.
First full dinner in over a week: Tonight I finally managed to eat pretty much all of my dinner in over a week. Tom had been my personal garbage disposal for the past week eating most of my meals for me (I hate wasting food), but tonight we went to a traditional Bulgarian restaurant which was a real treat, so was the menu. I ...