Club Hotel Yanakiev
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free parking
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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 ...
... of years. We weren't aware of it but one of the orphanage directors encouraged them to get in touch and we were only to happy to take some shoeboxes for the residents. There local TV and photographers were waitng for us and Rich P had to make a speech which resulted in no elderly people falling asleep so we were then able to distribute the gifts. ...
... to go). The second one was a Dutchman living in Bulgaria (and actually at that moment helping a Bulgarian friend who had lived in the Netherlands and now produced stroopwafels in Bulgaria!) who gave us an insider tip where to eat. And indeed, this 'old house' offered the best meal we ate in Bulgaria until now, and was only slightly more expensive than usual (again the money topic: we normally eat a big salad, a hot starter (as the main meals normally have ...
... great and we'll let the pictures and video do the talking.
Our Christmas celebration at the House of Joshua in Skravena was a lot of fun and it was great to join Pepe (house manager),Veneta (house parent) and current residents Sasho, Ivanka, Marian and Niki, along with former residents Tsetsi and Iva for a meal. Tsetsi told us that he is enjoying his studies at Sofia University and that he continues with his job ...
Welcome to our 2011 Bulgaria Summer Camp blog. Over the next couple of weeks a team of young volunteers will be helping to give 40 children from Lipnitsa Orphanage/School a holiday at the Black Sea. These kids live at the school most of the year but outside of term time, when the school is closed, they have to live in the dangerous Roma communities, abusive family situations or the streets; ...