Club Hotel Yanakiev

Address: PO Box 23, Borovets, Sofia Region, 2010, Bulgaria | Hotel
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      The highlight of Logan's trip...maybe

      A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan on Aug 31, 2013

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      This morning, after using the wi-fi till after lunch, we finally headed off towards Veliko Tarnovo (a little town in the Lonely Planet that looks worth visiting). On our way Logan spotted a sort of army vehicle grave-yard. So of course we pulled over and he got out to excitedly investigate. He took heaps of photos, I'll only ...

      Resort life, baby!

      A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Aug 11, 2012

      6 photos

      ... then what do you know? Crimped hair sequin shirt woman is Hilda! We clicked right away. Before she left she told me she was going to teach me how to drink Rakia. Rakia is a typical Bulgarian alcoholic drink made from fermented fruits. It reminds me a lot of moonshine. I'm glad she offered to teach me because the first time I tried it I drank it all at once. Apparently you're supposed to sip on it and eat salad between drinks. Makes sense. Now I know why my ...

      The snow covered tops of the pirin mountains again

      A travel blog entry by ludtjes on Apr 27, 2012

      5 photos

      ... been traveling until now and has a more or less Mediterranean climate) and a northern part (which is actually the Danube valley and has a more land climate) independent of its name. We followed a big river downstream, had a lot of climbing to do nonetheless. From a bit higher point of view, we of course had this scenic 'Marklin' perspective: everything is small, the river flows, the trains look modeled, only the rocks stay enormous.

      to be continued ...

      What do you give somone who has so little?

      A travel blog entry by trusselltrust on Dec 07, 2011

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... it is also shocking and sad to see such poverty first-hand, especially in Europe. It was bitterly cold but many of the children were not wearing shoes, some barely anything at all. The houses are lean-to shacks and there is one outside tap to serve 40 people. It's moments like this that make all the effort behind our annual Christmas Box Appeal worthwhile. Thank you ...

      Lost & found

      A travel blog entry by trusselltrust on Aug 15, 2011

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      ... the Trussell Trust.

      Joining us again this year are Pete & Maggie Cole from Wales (Salt & Light company). Lastly we will host the Fostr family from Salisbury for a few days as they visit and join in the fun.

      Our transation team this year are Pepe, Bogi, Viki, Any and Valya.

      We got to House of Joshua (the first project of the Trust's House of ...