Travel Blogs from Pleven
... than the flat and 'boring’ Romanian side. They added 60 km to their day today because the hotel they wanted in Corabia was full.
Lada Niva, with Full Time 4-WD
Finally, at close to 2 pm, the ferry took us across the river. Wim patiently waited for us in Oryahovo. Anneke had stayed home because they had security alarm problem at home. Wim is a go-with-the-flow type of guy, "the only way to be happy in ...
I'm here for one year now.
The official finish date is 11.06.2012. Except two buildings, which have been started later and need "special care". And we will make it. But see the progress.
The most time I was working here and despite 2 x 3 days with my son and my exwife, I had no holidays here, but I meet a bunch of nice people, who will stay in my mind.
And I'm really excited about my next destination, where ever it will be.
... person downstairs, then we could get the chairlift tickets for 3 BGN/person each way. Margie says there is now a law against charging more for the tourists but they seem to have a system to get around it here.
The ride up the mountain was interesting and beautiful but we could tell the best view were behind us. I couldn't really see back ...
... and gypsies which actually moved at quite a good pace along with brick walls surrounding the houses creating a patchwork of very efficient gardens. The roads got worse and soon we were down to two, very dangerous lanes. The farmland gave way to the village and soon we were avoiding the craterous pot-holes that covered the road. Finally, after taking the long way around the village, we arrived at my aunt's house. What a drive!
Short noticed by a friend, I packed my remaining stuff and four days later I was in the plane from MUC to SOF.
I was picked up by a driver, and three hrs and 280 km further I checked in the hotel. 10 min later we drove to the site.
It will be a training camp for the US army.
Let's see, what going on there.