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... by so fast. Thank you all for your time and generosity to me it was so much appreciated.
My apologies for not being so great about communicating the latest goings on here. There is so much to tell but yet time slips away from you.
Hopefully with this new found tool "Travel Pod" I can be more proactive about sending updates, pictures and news about the really great things happening here.
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... flour, water and salt, and it's poured from a sieve-like contraption onto a giant, horizontal, convex wheel. The wheel (which is heated) spins, the batter dries into long threads, and the lady scoops them off. It looks like a spaghetti harvest.
The woodcarver, Rumi, has been carving for 17 years. Prior to learning to carve, she studied drawing. I bought something from her later on, and it turns out she's married to Todor the silversmith. They have a son ...
At about 23:45, after we'd returned from Ruse and rested a while, Emma and I walked round the corner to the cathedral. I'd heard about an Easter tradition Bulgarians have, so we wanted to have a look for ourselves!
Inside the cathedral there was no service going on, but it was filling up with people. A guy was selling candles inside the church. I looked in my wallet and saw I only had about 30 stotinki, enough for one of ...
... the fortress I felt so happy and relaxed. It felt quite surreal to know that although I probably looked like a tourist, I actually live here. I could see where I live, a building just beyond the light turquoise domes of an Orthodox church, with a cobbled road below it and then the river Yantra flowing even further below that, at the bottom of the valley.
There are three big hills in Veliko Tarnovo; one has the fortress on it, one (where I ...