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... if it shares a border with them. You also get Transit cards which you can say is a particular country or sea. A very good idea for a game!
Tea was quite brief because we still weren't as hungry as we could have been. We didn't have the Christmas pudding at all in the end, because we knew it would be filling.
All day I kept a Christmas candle burning for Dad. Mum had given it to Dave to take with him to Bulgaria.
On Christmas Eve morning Dave and I walked to the fruit & vegetable market and the supermarket below it. The stalls had a heavy emphasis on what is in season - they were filled with squashes, swedes, beets, onions, potatoes, cabbages, nuts and apples - but they also had some presumably imported oranges, mandarins and other fruits. I looked for brussel sprouts without any luck. There were also some stalls filled with loose dried fruits, such as apricots and figs, as well ...
... beer I'd bought for him a few days ago. We also went next door to buy some 1kg tubs of honey from my landlady.
After about an hour we went out for dinner at Hadji Nikoli. We shared an antipasti plate, Dave had a Bulgarian pork grill and I had stuffed chicken breasts, with buttered broccoli as a side. It was great.
It had been a long day, so we went straight back to the flat after dinner, finished unpacking and headed for bed.
... How can water not be working" was met with complete indifference.....oh well onwards and upwards!!!
So in the morning I saw the "Monument of Bulgarian Russian Friendship" read into that what you will but if there was any friendship it was of the dictatorial kind...it's a big lump of Brutalist architecture on top of a hill, very nice views once I'd got my breath back. Had a wander round inside, not a lot to see apart from the ...
... Bulgarian???!!?" "Uh ... because I'm going there ..."
Turns out she's not only originally from Bulgaria, but here home town is Varna and the next thing you know, I'm getting all sorts of tips on places to see, things to do, and things to eat. I always find it funny how people from countries such as Bulgaria are so proud of their home and so excited to find out that someone, anyone really, would want to visit. From what I can tell so ...