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... times. The day was extremely hot and sunny, however, so the shade was welcome.
The pedestrian part of the bridge was indeed pretty ricketty. It was tacked on to the side so closely to the train track that if a train had passed by while I was walking over, it would have gone within only a foot or two of me. The part I walked on was made of a succession of very thin metal sheets, each one a couple of feet square. Inbetween each one there was a small gap, allowing me to ...
Bozhentsi has very similar architecture to Tryavna, complete with slate roofs. We walked round the village for around 45 minutes before having some dinner - for me, tarator and some stewed rabbit with potatoes and vegetables. It was past 9 o'clock by the time we finished.
It had been hot and sunny most of the day, but about an hour after we got back to Veliko Tarnovo ...
... d got up to in Sofia before they took the bus to VT. They'd tried kashkavalki for the first time after spotting them in a bakery window and recognising them from a photo of mine I'd taken before Christmas, looked round Sveta Nedelya Cathedral and found one of the cake shops I'd raved about!
By the time our food arrived I had come into possession of a little stuffed white bear, courtesy of a scratchcard that came with my bottle of Coke Zero. ...
... so that the khan can put a wax stamp on official scrolls.
Veliko Tarnovo translates into Great Tarnovo. It is obvious to me while the rulers of the Second Bulgaria Empire made this town their stronghold, and why this place was one of the centers of Bulgarian resistance during the Revival period. There is so much history here, and it doesn't take much of a leap of the imagination to imagine life here in Great Tarnovo hundreds of years ago.
... hills. Just so happens when I was looking at the map a Bulgarian local came up and asked if we needed help- he then said he would walk us to the monastery as he knows the way and the tracks are a bit hard to follow through the bush, on the way I found out he had been rock climbing for 17 years and the knows Cliff and that he is in town. So after the walk he took us to a local cafe which is run by Cliff, he wasn’t there, but I met this fantastic girl- Didi, ...