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... few minutes, we'd hear a loud beeping, as if somebody was getting too close to the artifacts. All I can say is that I don't recommend trying to touch or steal any museum pieces.
At this point, I was pretty thirsty, so I went to get a drink. I asked the guy at a stand what the most Bulgarian drink he had was, and he gave me Boza. It's brown, so I asked if it was coffe or chocolate and was told, no, it's Boza. But what is Boza, I wanted to know. Is it dairy? (It ...
... journey only, not my broader life, which terrifies me to my very core). Within an hour I had managed to fall asleep was very confused to be woken up and ushered from the bus into a service station where Steven and I had a quick soup before bring returned to the bus. I soon sparked out again - unsurprising given mileage and life experiences in Istanbul - and next awoke at kapikule station , close to the Turkish/Bulgarian border. It was by now ...
The sky had some heavy overcast early in the day, so we hurried to grab lunch at a Bulgarian Restaurant. By the time we got back, it began to trickle a bit.
We planned to catch the shuttle bus at the Best Western Hotel (Even though we weren't guests) to go to the airport. When it began to rain, I thought that we could wait it out for a few hours because the storm yesterday died out after a while. Unfortunately, ...
Yesterday we made it to Belgrade, Serbia. It was poring down rain and I decided to skip the walking tour. I did meet up with the group for a traditional Serbian dinner. Today we stopped in Nis. Nis is famous for being the birthplace of the Roman emperor, Constantine. There is also an old fortress still standing here. After spending a few hours in Nis we continued on to Sofia, Bulgaria. On our way to Sofia we came to a stop with a line ...
... that they use a local currency, rather than trade in euros. We got good value for our dollar and tried to do some serious retail therapy, however styles don't always suit our taste. This evening we went to a country inn up in the hills behind Sofia. We ate traditional Bulgarian food, then enjoyed a performance of folk dancing and singing. The night was capped off by a spectacular display by two men who walked and danced across hot coals. The ...