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Travel Blogs from Sofia
... and another bag with a heavy laptop and camera in it is not how I wanted to start this trip.
Thankfully we made it on time and had a few minutes delay so I was able to get some water. After that, the flight was uneventful and calm. (I think I actually slept most of the way!) We landed in Bulgaria about an hour and a half later and met Stoyko. This dude is totally awesome and has like…10 different jobs! He’s a ...
... but it was definitely effective as I'll never forget the history of the Bulgarian royals. As we left the makeshift stage on the grassy knoll, we walked through the park to our next attraction. Upon the sight of us, locals halted their intense games of backgammon long enough to look our group of twenty up and down. Nearby protesters managed to stop chanting Mafia! and Oligarchy! for a moment to ogle us. When I made the offhand comment to Martin that our procession ...
... we reached the natural mineral spring. In any place where it was at least a little bit possible people have left small papers where they usually write their wishes and this is the way how they hope their secret wishes will come true :)
Besides we have noticed that on some tree branches there were hanging red-and-white bracelets (“martenitsi”). The girl from Hong Kong, Nobel, explained to us that it was a symbol of health and happiness that should bring ...
kids all smiling,
sad w'ere going;
there's always next year.
... the door to the cafe and backyard of the museum, two young women are signing to the accompaniment of a pianist and their clear, high voices echo throughout the hall. 'La Vie en Rose' gives way to something I fear comes from some Disney movie, given the Bulgarian-accented lyrics, and then a young man with beak nose and long stringy hair sings 'If I Were A Rich Man.' -I beelds a wahn lonk steerway juss goeen hop, enn wahn heaving lonker gwahing down. ...