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I've spent this afternoon trying to get a bit of order into our suitcases - in the probably vain hope that we don't get stung for excess baggage again on the flights back to Glasgow. I've washed my hair and writing this as it air dries.
Tonight we have a Bulgarian dinner and musical show so we're all heading off to that. Tell you about that when I get back.
So we got ready and headed down to the bar where we met up with ...
... under the roof of the church. After explosion the roof fell on everybody's head inside of the church, however, the king survived because he was fashionably late and at the moment of attack he wasn't inside of the church. The Kingdom of Bulgaria was ended and replaced by another political order called "republic" but this happened a little bit later.
From the St. Nedelia square we had quite a nice view of the statue of St. Sofia. According to the legend she was ...
Drove most of the morning up the Macedonia/Kosovo border. There are no jobs here at all in these countries for the young people and they are starting to rise up and they are very touchy countries at the moment., A lot of tension evidently between the muslins and the catholics. I am sure a lot of them could be employed picking up rubbish off the roads as they are a real mess. Most of the farm work here is done by ...
... doughnut for 25 cents.
That evening I got to talk more with Rada about Bulgarian and Balkan history. Or, a better way to put it, Rada filled me in on the last 50 years of history as I asked questions. We ate pizza and salad and enjoyed some of laughs in between more serious discussion. Rada also baked a piskote (lady fingers) cake with crème and pudding. The next morning, Rada got up early to make us some coffee. We got to share one more conversation before I left to catch a bus for ...
... four large columns in the middle supporting the gold-plated dome. Many murals adorn the walls, depicting Russian and Bulgarian saints and scenes from the Holly Book.
I visited Vitosha Boulevard, named after Vitosha, the mountain just next to Sofia. The street was initially built up with low one-storey houses, but turned into an imposing trade street in the Interwar period as massive public buildings were constructed, changing ...