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... the other group goes from noon through the afternoon. Teachers are paid by the local community, but extras and school upkeep are paid for with money from the national government and the EU.
The children who performed for us were all Roma, and after the performance we drove five minutes to a Roma neighborhood. It was an interesting arrival because the paved road stopped where the Roma community began. We walked around a bit; it was more or less as depressing as ...
... not as well worn so can get tricky in parts, and perhaps had we not done the high road first, we may not have found our way so easily without the orientation advantage. After reaching the bottom, we have the transport issue again.... and we still don't see the imaginary bus!
Language barriers - it's all in our heads
The Wanderer and I become slightly concerned when every car we try to hitch with drives past us! It's 6.30pm and cars are either full with hikers or ...
... were on the ground. Fortunately our suspension is pretty good, I noticed this when I went into town with a fellow camper in his car, which rattled and rolled over the many bumps in the road,
Rila Monastery was about 40km off the motorway in the mountains. On arrival at the camp we were warmly greeted by the owner and filled the water tank with the purest water ever!! We enjoyed a walk in the bush and ...
Today we visited a gorgeous, serene monastery in the lush mountains of Bulgaria. It was so nice to be in nature after spending an entire month just in cities. In addition to the great landscape surrounding the monastery, the architecture and decor of the structures was ...
... that there was a small bag on the ground where the cop pointed. Yeah, I'm pretty sure I walked right through the middle of a 7am drug bust and literally stepped on the weed. Oops.
I just kept walking because I was certainly not turning back down that road.
Eventually, after about an hour of hungrily walking the city, I found a subway that was open 24 hours. Saved!
At this point, I didn't even care that they had all the exact same stuff as the states, ...