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... very surreal to be walking down the street where the actual front lines were, seeing sandbags still covering windows and even shell casings still on the ground. It seemed as if nothing had been touched, no resources to restore normalcy and yet everybody appeared to be moving forward and living their daily lives around it all. We walked up an 8 story building with no windows and blown up, graffiti walls. We were soon to find out that this used to be the main city bank ...
We had a long journey to get to Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. Leaving Split, we caught an eight hour bus to Zagreb where we had to spend the night cause connecting trains were not possible for us. The next day, we boarded the 1pm train to Belgrade in Serbia where we had a one hour stop over. We left Belgrade at 10pm and arrived in Sofia the next morning at around 8.30 am. It was a reasonably comfortable ride as the train was hardly busy and we ...
... in Bulgaria (Foundation for Social Change and Inclusion of FSCI)
Niki Zlatev- Social Manager, FSCI
Nick Middledorp- FSCI intern
Rich Parsons- Bulgaria Operations Manager (UK)
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... to be the busiest shopping street, Sofia's 5th Ave., with no compass or plan. The street is shaded by chestnut trees in bloom and lined with smart cafes, many already crowded with the coffee-sipping cognoscenti , in front of the usual shop windows filled with Dolce & Gabanna this and Juicy Couture that. Struck by a practical thought, I enter a small convenience shop on a side street and ask the guy behind the counter if he can recommend a good rakija. -For a gift? ...
... minarets and converted them to Orthodox buildings. Cheeky Christians.
We took in some of the city’s parks too – Sofia is the greenest city in Europe. One of the parks contained a wonderful obstacle course for kids to play in which was made of loads of ropes and bridges connecting trees together that the kids had to try and edge their way around. There were also some little off road tracks we took through the trees which were really excited, though I did get ...
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- Swimming pool
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