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... from Canada - Taya Koopmans coming to visit for a month to do a "vacation pioneering" campaign. I hope to,take her all over Bulgaria to get a taste of the diversity of the preaching work and of the country side here.
Funny thing is, I have never met her. Ha! Only in Jehovah's organization can you hop a plane to a distant land get picked up and looked after by someone you don't even know.
I hope owe to keep you guys all in the ...
... maintained it's strategic importance and development continued under the subsequent Macedonian, Roman, Byzantine, Bulgarian and Turkish occupation of the area. The ruins themselves are now quite faint traces of rubble, but the sense of continuity and the connection with 5000 years of history is still very much there and the hill known as Nebet ...
... sand. For a few minutes, I watched a man with a metal detector roaming up and down the beach. He got a few hits but nothing came of them.
John and Peggy went off to the Planetarium, and I went to find the supermarket. I had intended to buy toothpaste, but I could only get full-size tubes and they cost an absolute fortune. Instead I got a bottle of water (still can't drink the water here), a bottle of Fanta (only tastes good in Europe), a banitsa (cheesy bread thing), and ...
... an icon of St George and the Dragon and Kate chose some colourful, beautifully painted and glazed cups. I bought myself a sugar pot with two handles, which was also vividly coloured and beautifully painted and glazed. We also stopped at a tiny secondhand bookshop, where Emma bought some books but Kate and I didn't.
Once we got back to the flat, F came round with a surprise chocolate birthday cake she'd made for us! How lovely of her. We cut it there and then, ...
... to Russia still. I think that the Bulgarian people were excellent negotiators. During the Russian rule, they were able to maintain their religion and they were able to stay out of WWII until 1944. Really hot today; so we hike up a two mile incline to an ancient ...