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Dear Friends and some of my favorite people on the planet!
I absolutely cannot believe I have been here in Bulgaria for over a year already. It has gone by so fast and I have had so many amazing experiences and have been around so many great things happening in this little country. It is like the last frontier of Europe to get the preaching work done here.
I was so happy to see many of you while back in Canada in June-July but that ...
... finds in Plodiv is an extremely well preserved Roman amphitheatre. The structure, including the stands and performance area with it's original Roman pillars, were found more or less still complete. This extraordinary discovery was only uncovered by accident in the 70's after a landslide exposed the ruins of the semicircular 2nd-century-AD theatre. The ...
... still playing.
I had grilled chicken with sweet corn and a beer, the first one of the trip. Melanie and Connie had the same sort of salad, which came in a mold and looked like a fancy cake. Everything was tasty, Stefan almost choked when the heat from a pepper hit the back of his throat, and we took selfies (well, I didn't because I'm **** at it). Later found out that Stefan posted one of the photos on Facebook, with the comment, "Lunch with some of my ...
... the priests again for a bit. The bells started clanging a very particular tune over and over again. I hear the same bells clang this tune quite often - several times a week - but this time it lasted longer.
Then we walked down the road to the plaza in front of Tsarevets, just to see what was going on there. There had been a service going on at the church tower there, and now hundreds of people were processing across ...
... s within five minutes' walk from my flat. I had baked trout with almonds for my main (it came with sautéed potatoes and onions) and créme brulée for dessert. I was also offered some plum rakia, a very strong traditional fruit brandy, but I'm afraid I didn't like it at all. I was hoping it would taste quite sweet and very fruity, like cherry brandy or like the Portuguese ginjinha and fruity Cape Verdian firewater that Dave and I tried in Lisbon, but it ...