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... suddenly heard the sound of clanging bells... we looked up to see a goatherd walk past with a herd of five or six goats. Each one wore a cowbell (or should it be a goatbell?). After another twenty or thirty minutes, we saw the same man and goats come down the steps in the cliff. F said they had probably gone up there to graze.
Next stop - the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Rock-Hewn Churches of Ivanovo!
... population was considered middle class. What the remaining 5% was was left to our imagination. (However we were told about corruption in the government and the fact that they lived pretty well. Probably a safe bet they were the upper class.)So the bus went past quaint villages in a state of semi abandonment. With the population forced to move to factory towns (and agriculture largely ignored) the towns now have an elderly population and a bleak future. I ...
... room to eat it. "Yes, of course. No problem." It was a nice change of pace from the limited selection on restaurant menus lately.
Train or Bus?
We had to come to a consensus about our next plan of action. Dave still wasn't budging on his plan to continue alone to Constanta while the rest of us wanted to take the train to Bucharest then take a bus to Constanta, thus skipping some 300 km of treacherous mountains and ...
... others jumped up, spilling my wine in his chair in the process, which he promptly sat on! If it wasn't my wine it would have been hilarious!
Went to bed & suddenly the lightening wasn't so far away, it flashed, the thunder roared & torrential rain came down. I awoke to a wet sheet (no it wasn't Steve) and a mini waterfall coming in where the tent joins the car. The same was happening the other side. Hmmm, a design glitch methinks. ...
... homes, built by a orthodox family it resembled the Turkish style with large day beds. We also toured the Church of the Nativity (17th century). Very plain from the outside as it could not be more splendid than the mosque... Inside every wall and ceiling space is covered with frescoes, over 2000, dark blues and reds dominate. There is a separate room for the women, chairs only around the outside for the wealthy people to sit.