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... a few minutes later another bus to VT from the original company drove into the next bay along. Although the departure time displayed on the front had an hour's difference to that of the first one, I showed my ticket to the driver and he indicated I could get on, so I did, hoping I had done the right thing. We left shortly afterwards so everything was ...
... br> We made it right in time to set up for our next interview and spent the next two hours with part of a Bible study group discussing how radio is growing, changing, and affecting people in the villages of Bulgaria. Many people cannot get to a church, so radio is their church but because of lost signals (the mountains block most towers) they have been struggling to listen to a whole program. We were able to discuss some options and ...
... in Bulgaria are increasingly tightening policy around photography and film but we have done our best to bring you some clips which we hope show that your Christmas boxes have made a big impact here.
Thank you once again for all your support this year. Here is our final video of the trip.
From the Trussell Trust and FSCI team: We ...
... of us, two guys from Japan, two girls from Germany and one girl from Hong Kong. There was surprisingly no bus waiting for bus in front of the hostel but two old cars so we had to split into two groups.
We were told that it should take around 1,5 hours to get from Sofia to the Rila Monastery but even if our driver was driving like crazy we reached the monastery after 2 hours and 20 minutes.
First of all, they took us to a small chapel hidden in the woods. It ...
I've been fortunate enough to be able to get my old high school classmates together the last few times I've been home, and this time was no exception. With the majority of us living abroad, mostly in Germany, the opportunity to see each other is very rare anyway.
On this occasion, I picked a restaurant called Manastirska Magernitsa (meaning a monastery/church kitchen). It's decorated in a traditional Bulgarian ...