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... us little gifts too: a vial of rose oil in a little painted wooden bottle, and a most welcome bottle of (actually cold!) water.
We had learned enough Bulgarian on the bus to ask the children their names. I met Raya and another girl whose name escapes me but it was something like Salome or Selina (only in Bulgarian). I told them they were super, which if you make it sound like "soo-pair" turns out to be a universal word. One of the little boys marched up with ...
... some simple conversation and many laughs! Mr Nice Guy has a cool sense of humor, kidding that the meal I have in front of me is of "American standard", and that I don't need to see Macedonia as it's the same as Bulgaria because it used to be part of Bulgaria. I wish I could speak Macedonian as I'm sure we could have had many more jokes together! And the next thing Mr Nice Guy did was ridiculously kind! He drove me to Sapareva Banya, and paid for my accommodation for 2 nights! ...
... of the communists leader during communist era. It was lavish by todays standard let alone 1970-80's when it was built. I suspect not too many Bulgarians got the chance to have a cup of tea here.
The Museum has exhibits more than 6000 years old from various bronze and iron ages. Modern civilisation has its roots in the region. Bulgaria has been sandwiched between East and West ideology which has lead to ...
Today we visited a gorgeous, serene monastery in the lush mountains of Bulgaria. It was so nice to be in nature after spending an entire month just in cities. In addition to the great landscape surrounding the monastery, the architecture and decor of the structures was ...
... bells ring for so long. They went on for over 20 minutes!
Towards the end of the long ring, I met with my tour group (V travel). They had 2 different vans to take us since we didn't fit in one. The van was comfy and clean, although I wish the driver didn't keep sticking his head in while he was outside on smoke break. That kind of defeats the purpose of stepping outside.
We rode to Rila Monastery through very green forest and farmland, with only ...