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... instructions are in Italian. The hot chocolate was only 50 stotinki (20p) each and was quite small, but delicious.
At Sofia bus station I hoped the OK-Supertrans taxi desk would be open, but although it was only 8.30pm, it was closed. The opening hours listed there and in my guidebook claimed that it remained open until 10pm. I was hesitant to catch a taxi from outside the station without having gone through the ...
... wake up call for me; whee! Bed by 2245.
Michelle, you asked for it so here is a summary of nicknames of those on the Macedonian tour:
Ian and Anne are married; Paul is Ian's brother.
Ian...The Engineer re his love of train travel.
Anne...Babooshka for her attire [though with her 'Plain Jane' looks, a couple of babooshkas over her face might be in order.
The Three Stooges...collectively since the Three Musketeers is ...
... early, but 10 pm on a Thursday night should see some places open...surely. We eventually stumbled across a little bar called Vibe, which it had none of since there was no one in there. But it was somewhere to get a drink and there was good music playing. Vlad got a sticky finger and Ivan wanted one too, but he already had 2 B52's, so Vlad told him 'don't be greedy'. After several rounds if shooters and Long Island Iced Tea we ...
... coffee everywhere, having no fewer than five currencies in my wallet, knowing a few words in several languages, navigating public transit in a new country every few days, walking for miles every day, losing weight, eating at odd hours, secondhand smoke, and saying goodbye. I'll end with something funny. They have squat toilets here in places. Not restaurants or hotels or bars, but they're found in a few places. One of which is in truck stops. I've made a concerted effort ...
... Bulgarian beers, sampling both a lager and a dark (the latter of which was the best of the two, and a good dark beer for Europe, where these are surprisingly hard to come by).
The next morning brought with it a typical Bulgarian breakfast. We ate large, doughy pastries filled with cheese. To drink, beyond the coffee there was a yogurt drink (which proved too sour for Jaclyn's taste) and boza, a thick, brownish, semi-sweet beverage made of wheat (with ...