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... and everything you need. Plus, it's only blocks from the city center. We were STOKED!
The rep told us that we were in a very safe area,....so once she left,....we dumped the bags, and headed out. We walked around for about an hour,....got some water, and snacks, then returned.
Finally,....these two TIRED PUPPIES are going to sleep. It's been a LONG two days.
So,.....on this first blog of the BALKANS,......goodnight from Sofia, ...
... monks. Located near confluence of 2 creeks. Postcard showed it under 2m of snow. It was a cold wet day for us, should have brought the beanie and gloves.
... Resort to swim in the Black Sea. The thing that
shocked me was that the bus we drove in was from Germany. I know this because the sign that was lit up, every time the bus stopped said Wagen Halt It was a lot of fun, because I associate the beach with the Jersey Shore and not exactly fun. However, the water
was warm and I could actually see what was next to me. It was a nice and relaxing day at the
beach. My next entry will be from Israel. ...
... noticed that our hostel was filled with Japanese people and I was desperate to impress one of them with my rudimentary Japanese skills. So from 10pm until early in the morning, Kevin sat and read Shakespeare while I tried to think of a way to talk to the nearest Japanese guy near me – a bohemian-variety with long hair tied back and a short goatee. When his female companion left the room, I decided to say nervously “Hi – you're Japanese? I ...
... there was a service but it was great to see it. The outside is also painted with scenes from the Bible. It was quite incredible all in all. The church with its decoration and the whole complex of monastery buildings with the striped pattern of the stonework. I opted to go to the museum so Krassie explained the objects: from the books the monks copied, to their vestments and service chalices, incense burners, icon lanterns and the crosses. There was ...