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... food, dance and singing which was interesting. A 2 hour drive through the mountains and some beautiful scenery which our photos failed to capture saw us at Rila Monastery, another UNESCO site. It was high in the mountains and we could see snow on the mountain tops. Leaves were showing their autumn colours so it was a magnificent sight. On Sun morning a marathon was being held and as ...
... communist and modern.
... the museum as I did, because she told me that her father is still die hard Socialist. She even asked me to take photos of her next to some of the great poster slogans. As a supporter of Western Capitalism, I will admit the Communist slogans are so much better then ours in the states. Some like Let’s Make the Imperialists shake with Fear in front of the nations of the whole world and Let’s Draw on the
We were warned not to come to Sofia back when we were in Plovdid. Our guesthouse manager Hstro has asked us where we were headed next – when we told him that we're going to Sofia, he gave a disappointed sigh.
“If you must go there, I strongly suggest only staying one night.”
“Oh...we're staying for two nights,” we replied.
He looked down and shook his head. I felt bad, and decided to soften the blow.
This trip really started off strong with the San Fermin festival in Spain, so it's not really surprising that it’s ending on a slightly quieter note.
My last few days of the trip were spent in Sofia, Bulgaria. I had heard some pretty negative things about the place, but I really found it to be fine, once again proving to me that you really can’t take other people’s accounts of places too seriously and that it’s always best to go ...