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... named Nikolet Stoyanova (awesome name) whom i met through couch surfing. She not only picked me up, but then cooked me up a Bulgarian dinner and had a bed and everything ready for me. She's in her third year of undergrad studying biology, and used couch surfing in her travels through the US. Today, after fixing the lost debit card fiasco, I met up with Gergana, an old co worker from my Tahoe days. She ...
... yet to get used to taking photos in the city I spent the first 18 years of my life in. I feel like such a tourist when I do that!
After spending two days in the city, I can already see some new things. One of those took me by complete surprise - the number of people getting around the city by bicycle. This is a dangerous proposition even in the most orderly of towns, and here, where car drivers are known to take street signs and traffic lights as a suggestion ...
... only once getting off to cross the border into Bulgaria. If it hadn't have been for the toilet paper Karoline brought with her, then the depressingly smelly hole onto the tracks which called itself a toilet would've been even more of a rusting mess than it already was. The entire train felt like it could rattle apart at any moment too, with even the slightest bump and jerk placing such a great stress on its suspension that I swear I caught the attendant gasp over a particularly ...
... backpacks with beer and wine and of course some food and water. That night we stayed 'at home', cooked some dinner and watched television, and while that sounds really boring, we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Over the next few days we joined in on a free two and a half hour walking tour of Sofia and visited the local sights; visited the optometrist, yep, the optometrist where we were assessed by an ophthalmologist and picked up prescription glasses for a ...
... Mariya with whom I worked together for few years in London. She'd invited me number of times to visit her country & I couldn't do it till today. I'm glad that I am here even though its only for a day.
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