Belvedere Holiday Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Who spoke no English and was a little strange... but as he was wearing a AC/DC shirt so some band conversation was possible. He had a glass of our wine with us, and well as bought us grapes for desert. Owen made another new mate... A little kitten - that started purring every time he was near his foot - good luck with trying to shake that one tomorrow! Campsite Carpark all to ourselves - only the security guard playing ramstien from his PC to deal ...
... spread. Why can't people be accepting of what is on offer when it is on offer? Somewhere had to be the most basic brekkie and this was it but nobody seemed to be starving. I enjoyed the olives, realizing those in Bulgaria are not as good. The Brits are being attacked by midgies [maybe they have wedgies] but this gentleman has not been bitten, obviously cuz I'm too sweet.
The usual tad late leaving after 0800. Guru, Sand, Jools Baby, John, Roddy, Peta Baby ...
... the hotel around 1 and you know what that means...nana nap time! So after some serious snoozing, we got up around 2 and wandered around the village of Bansko, heading down some lovely little alleyways and spent the rest of the day just chillling out in local bars and cafés, drinking beer and coffee and relaxing and catching up on our photos and blog time.
It was really great to have a nice chill-out day in the ...
... would train these poor bears in this Pavlovian way. Some bears were blind, as they plied them with alcohol to get them to perform better. They would put a nail through their very sensitive nose and lead them along or jerk them to get a reaction. They also had their claws removed. Pretty horrific stuff
This sanctuary had been set up by the Brigitte Bardot foundation back in 2000 and there is no entry fee, so definitely a worthy cause. It costs around $7.50 ...
... as both Baba's had also consumed a fair amount of Rakia by this stage and appeared to be dancing to different rythyms. We joined in with gusto and showed them how Aussies could also shake their booty.
After the disco session, the Baba's grabbed some of the other girls and shuffled them next door and taught them how to make the local pom poms. The girls came back a while later proudly displaying their hand made souvenirs. All in all, a very entertaining night.