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... little anecdote. From my time in Tahoe I remembered a couple of Bulgarian phrases that were instrumental in breaking the ice with people. One phrase was "I am smart and good looking" which of course would prompt eye-rolling in a lot of cases. The main one I would use when people asked what I did for work back in the states. In Bulgarian I would answer, "I am a bartender. I am a bartender that's fast like lightning." Everyone got a kick out of that.
... and grey. The hotel and its ground-level cafe were closed for renovations, but the proprietors still allowed visitors to enjoy the terrace for a fee of 5 Bulgarian Lev (~3 USD) per person. It was a nice warm day in the city but it was cooler and quite windy up here, so we stayed just long enough to snap some photos.My dad and I reminisced about a hiking trip in the mountain back in the day, probably 20 years ago or so, when we got stuck at Kopitoto waiting for a city bus to ...
... old we left the beautiful station for the delights of eastern Europe. Sometime in the night we were ushered off our bus and found ourselves In a deserted station in the middle of the freezing night. I had no idea where we were, and worse still there was no train in sight. How long we were staying here I could only guess. Only some of my fears were allayed though, when an ancient train pulled up at a snail's pace onto the crumbling station's platform. It looked like it had just ...
... and driving through Shipka Pass and Rose Valley, turned into a total nightmare! At one stage we both thought we were going to have to spend the night on the side of the road; either that or walk 18Ks to the nearest town of Kazanlak. Thank goodness Bulgarian people are really friendly and helpful especially as night was approaching, night time temperatures drop below ten degrees, the care hire company ditched us and we only had jumpers and shorts! It was not fun ...
... ten. The haggling of amount to be paid reminded me of the my university days, when we had to do it every time we crossed over to Indian border in Sunauli, near Gorakhpur.
We'd hoped to see the Vitosha mountain, as we entered Sofia however the weather didn't permit. We found the hotel with relative ease this time around. After checking in, we went to stroll around the main tourist areas. Its not a big city for tourist attractions so to say and ...