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In Sofia our first host Andrey came to pick us up in the station and brought to his sovietic house! He already had two coushsurfers from Macedonia and his father was there, as i went to shower right away, Karolina was left alone with them! She prayed that i would come back faster. The Macedonian couple looked pretty scary, they didn't smile or talk, just sat there on the sofa, very serious while ...
... had free Bulgarian cable tv. The only thing strange was that the toilet and shower were in the same room and everything got saturated when you showered. We headed up the main street to go to a supermarket to grab some cheap snacks and put things in the hostel fridge as we were going to stay a while. Bec found a coffee flavoured cola which she loved (but would keep her up all hours) and I got to end my dairy withdrawals. We also got ...
... was built on top of the last He shows us a place in one of the under-street subways where excavations have revealed the 2nd century walls of Roman Serdica, topped with medieval walls of the first Bulgar Kingdom. *My good friend Constantine the Great's mom hailed from here and he was quite fond of Serdica and lived here for a few years before he got into the Emperor game. Supposedly, he called it his Rome. Seems like I'm tripping over him everywhere I go. *Sofia has no river. It ...
... and an interesting itinerary to reach seven lakes.
Some km far from Rila Monastery you can reach the pyramids, some soft cliffs with rocks on their top, but you have to walk uphill 30 minutes under the hot sun of midday, I mean I was that kind of stupid to do it, but anyway an original place!
About further 100 km southeastbound you arrive at Bansko, the best mountain resort of the country, especially for wintersports as in summer it is practically desert. Few ...
... the hotel at 6.30 and we had to leave again at 7pm for the walking and driving tour of the city and didn’t get back until about 10 for dinner.
Bulgaria was a communist country that still looks sparse and quite poor. Apparently Sofia is a typical Eastern European city. I'm not really sure what I thought of it. We were only there for about 2 hours in the city. There were heaps of McDonalds and takeaway places that we recognised, so I was ...
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