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This morning we took a stroll down the crafts street, where we were able to go into four shops and watch the artisans in action: a pottery shop, silversmith, wood carver, and pastry maker. (We also watched a coppersmith later on our own). It was interesting to watch them in action....particularly the silversmith. He used a lantern torch to fuse the silver. At one point he was blowing ...
After our long wait in Varna, we didn't get back to Veliko Tarnovo until 9 pm last night, so before we went to bed and conked out we didn't do anything apart from have a hot drink with F and R.
Our bus to Sofia didn't leave until 15.00, so this morning and early afternoon was spent packing, editing photos, walking along Gurko Street in the sunshine to the ETAP bus station to buy our ...
... on, until I had a nasty fall, I hit ice, lost control, and bounced off a 6"6 Romanian guy and then tumbled another 10metres downhill. Hurt and winded I got back in my skiis, though for rest of that day my mojo was definitely gone, confidence just wasn't the same. Next morning however I was back in form. Although very sore still ! We had a different instructor this day as all the groups were to be sorted out that afternoon. The groups were now split up well, people of ...
... The food was very similar to British Chinese food, except for a simple but delicious salad containing sesame seeds. They also had veal, something I've never seen at a Chinese restaurant in the UK, instead of beef. For pudding I had 'fried ice cream' - ice cream fried very quickly in batter. Only a little bit of it had melted. It was delicious, but very filling! It came with a colourful paper peacock on a wooden stick. Its tail spreads out like a fan. ...
Next up was Samovodska charshia, the old craftsmen market in town. This was another cobblestone street with Revival-style homes on each side, most of them converted to guest houses, museums, souvenir shops and restaurants. Some of them housed citizens who still earned their living performing the original craft or trade that was practiced in the late 19th and early 20th century, such as the kafedjia (the coffee maker - here we saw Turkish coffee made ...