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... us would be braving the night train. My assumption that a 30 or so minute transfer to the outskirts of Istanbul from where would be put on a train were soon corrected by English co-passenger, simon, who said that a lengthy transfer to the Turkish border awaited since - as above - trains no longer operate north of Istanbul. The bus was comfortable, free water was available, and I was generally relaxed about whatever lay ahead (a comment restricted to ...
The sky had some heavy overcast early in the day, so we hurried to grab lunch at a Bulgarian Restaurant. By the time we got back, it began to trickle a bit.
We planned to catch the shuttle bus at the Best Western Hotel (Even though we weren't guests) to go to the airport. When it began to rain, I thought that we could wait it out for a few hours because the storm yesterday died out after a while. Unfortunately, ...
... I was struck with such a lovely strand of homesickness that I grinned for the next hour.
After a particularly pretty train ride through the east of Slovenia I could swear we entered Serbia. And thus I entered another unexpected 'things I have done for the first time’. Having crossed through three countries (Italy, Austria, Slovenia) in one day to get to Slovenia – a first for me – I then managed to do this again but WITHOUT REALISING. I’ll be ...
... KEBA is located near many of the theaters in town on what is considered to the the "Broadway" of Sofia. I read a review on spottedbylocals.com that read:
"You should definitely try the homemade lemonade that they offer. It’s basically the perfect virgin Mojito."
So, of course, that is what I did. And it did taste like a virgin mojito, as promised. This one innocent order would trigger what would become my new obsession for ...
Monday, September 10 - Thursday, September 13
My worst inter-city commute to date was from Montenegro to Sofia. It was an overnight 14 hour bus ride from Herceg Novi to Nis, Serbia (I already mentioned the driving through the wild fires in Montenegro), and then being stuck in Nis, Serbia (arrival at 7 am) for the next 9 hours before my connecting 4 hour bus ride from Nis to Sofia.
Nis was awful (with all due respect and apologies ...