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... and I wanted to have a look. I bought some honey in a traditional Bulgarian pottery jar, and Rosemary bought three little jars of honey as a gift for her mother. And then it was finally back to the hotel. I sat out on my balcony in the sun to read for a while. I got more reading done in 30 minutes than I have over the entire trip!
Happy hour was at 5:00, and everyone brought either wine or food. Someone brought rose-flavored Turkish Delight. I ...
... and say a few words. Stefan was a little embarrassed that his mom showed up, but he is quite clearly her little boy and he ran to her to give her a hug and kisses. She was a sweet, tiny little thing with a bit of palsy and even though she doesn't speak English, she could understand enough when Barb told her that we just love her son. She beamed.
Anyway, the museum had archaeological finds from Thracian tombs, including a gorgeous golden laurel ...
... the few towns we visited and stayed in, concrete abounds and most of the concrete is old, mouldy, grey and worn; and this was in the new housing developments. We tried to avert our eye from the older sections of town.
With that said (and out of our systems) some towns, like Shumen, had some fine pre-Communist era buildings to view, if you looked really hard.
Shumen is also the home ...
... steep hill. Getting out was a nightmare made extreme by some less than courteous driving. Actions such as cutting across our line, forcing us to stop on a corner on an extremely steep slope made it worse. Other drivers shook their heads in disbelief helping us realise it wasn't a generally accepted behaviour. That helped when we reflected on it afterwards. 'Bo's technology, Dave’s driving competence and calm demeanour won the day.
Imagine this: you wake up wayyy too early because you have to spend most of the day in the car again. You don't even mind that much though, because this morning, you can finally take a shower. You wake up (once again) all sweaty and barely opening your eyes, you get out of the tent and start getting a shampoo and clean clothes from the car. The wild dogs from the previous night are, of course, everywhere around you but mostly ...