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Travel Blogs from Sofia
... the cost of what we would have paid in Australia even with our full health cover; and generally enjoyed living in the city of Sofia. Then on our first weekend in Sofia we were invited by Petya's family (a friend in Townsville) to stay in Trudovec, which is about 60Ks from Sofia, and join them as their village celebrated with a street party. What a weekend! Not only did we enjoy the festivities on the Saturday which included lots of eating, drinking and dancing, ...
... claim to it.
As we come towards the end of our European leg of the tour and are completing Balkan states, its worthwhile to remember that up until the second world war, almost all the countries in this region were monarchies. As republics, these countries have become middle income to high income states. I hope our own experiment in Nepal of becoming a republic will be productive, peaceful and prosperous.
Final note on Bulgeria; I have ...
... crowd. Major cheers and excitement when fedde finally came on at like 1:30 and we stayed late, through banging tech house... Only to finally drag our butts outta there (actually rapidly escape) when he brought in some cheese with the chilli peppers.
So far, definitely living it up with Nikki in Sofia!!!
For our last day in Sofia we attempted to go on a hike. Took the bus up to where we thought the base of ...
... We wake up nice and late the next morning, ready to kick up our feet before the next big adventure. Nate is joining me for two days in Istanbul, which I am very excited and grateful for. Means I have less of a chance to screw up while trying to manage directions on my own in a completely foreign country. We made pancakes which tasted more like crepes, went on a hunt for banitsa - a flaky bread filled with feta cheese, toured embassy row and ...
... Vitosha, often called the lungs of the city for blowing refreshing (and sometimes downright cold) air through a polluted town. Today, for example, we could have done without the benefit of these lungs because it's damn cold! 20 C my butt, it can't be more than 15 or 16 C under overcast skies and occasional rain. I'm freezing sitting outside at a café to write this blog, thank God for bad wine to keep me warm.
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- Room service
- Fitness/Health center