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I'm in Bulgaria for a couple of weeks visiting our Ingram Micro office in the capital city of Sofia. Since I'm staying through the weekend I wanted to see the sights and learn a little bit about this country.
A local tour company offers free walking tours hosted by Bulgarian college students that speak English. I thought this might be kind of fun and maybe a little more energetic then some traditional tours. My first tour on Saturday was focused ...
... very large airport. I decided to check in early,....and just hang out at my gate (about 1.5 hours early). I got my boarding pass, and went to the area for passport control,....and almost fainted,.....there were about 6 lanes with well over a thousand people waiting. I about FREAKED OUT! Would I ever even MAKE IT in time. I fell into line, and waited,....and waited, and waited. Long story short,.....I arrived at my gate 10 minutes before we began ...
... good beer. Main meal had we think avjar relish that went well with the chicken and pork satay meat. Coffee and cake was an adventure. Ordered white coff, got thimble of treacle. Asked for milk, mouth full came in a big cup. OK, pour thimble into big cup, hmm tide still way out and stone cold. Gar ...
... and I'm worried about not getting the bus
Now I went back to the city centre. First I visited the Jewish Synagogue which had been closed yesterday as I got there late. You have to buzz the gate for security to let you in.
Entrance was 2 Lev ($$1.25) and was quite nice inside. It I was hexagonal ...
... a chat to him, even if it was all in English.
Before leaving the next day, Kevin and I went to the Ladies Market, as I'd heard that Scarlett Johanssen had visited a few years ago and had developed an unhealthy fascination for World War II memorabilia, particularly that of the Nazi party. But since we couldn't find any of this (probably for the best, it would be tricky to get that stuff through Australian customs) I spent a few minutes recording some ...