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... A pool table. I'd recommend the place for sure. Though, it's fully booked for the night of Bulgaria v England Euro qualifier. No, I'm not going. I need to continue moving, though I do plan to find a bar to watch it in. If I go, they'll play ****. Simple as that.
The train and bus stations are north of the city, about a 15 minute walk. My compass is playing tricks on me but find my way. One young lad stops ...
... One of the players contacted Miryana a month ago to ask if we still 'did Christmas boxes?' After some discussion it was decided that the children of Lipnitza orphanage school could be brought to the game for free and presented with some basketballs by the players on court before the game. This turned out to be a great opportunity for national PR in the top sports daily newspaper - much to Mimi's delight. Plus the Lipnitza kids got on national ...
... up to a bag of blood thinner and has his right leg strapped immobile. He was instructed to not move at all - until tomorrow. I heard him tell the orderly that he's really good with bedpans - so it won't be any problem.
It's 11:00 p.m. here now. I think he's out for the night.
Special thanks to everyone for reading and responding to the blog responses - helps break up a sort of long day and connects me/us closer to home!
Well another day has come and eventually gone so for most of the team it's time for a rest.
I guess we should really introduce the team so you can see who's who and so you can avoid them in the street back in the UK lest they start talking about Christmas boxes when it is in fact March... This does happen.
The team from The Trussell Trust UK are Lizzie Abnett (Trussell's UK Volunteer Co-ordinator), Sophia Chichester (gap year student with the Bulgaria dept) and ...
... as we were) At the plaza outside the station, we passed a woman standing on the street with a bathroom scale, weighing folks for money. We also saw the world's most industrial concrete Jesus and Mary sculpture. One the brighter side, one of the few billboards I remember seeing (most of the rest of the town appeared to be some kind of industrial supplies warehouse - acres of styrofoam, pvc pipes and other ...