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... br> In a separate building there was a museum that apparently contained stone age pottery and arrowheads and other things found in the Bacho Kiro cave nearby, but just as we walked up to it, a woman locked the door. It closes early during the winter. To the right of that, however, we saw a door and some steps leading down into a room selling sweets, preserved vegetables and a few handicrafts, so we went in. I saw a wooden bowl filled with colourfully painted, light, wooden eggs, so ...
... frames (with icons inside). In many of them, the frame was bigger than the icon!
The rest of the house was also small, but interesting. Pride of place are two of the ceilings, which have fantastically carved suns. They were the result of a competition between a master woodcarver his apprentice when the house was first built. They both worked on their ceilings for six months, each room sealed off from the other so they never saw ...
... texture - a mixture between normal ice cream texture and a slight stretchiness, like mozzarella but more solid.
To keep on the theme of food, last night I went to a Chinese restaurant for the first time in Bulgaria. I went with Rosie, Fiona and a couple of friends of hers I hadn't met before. I hadn't known there even were any Chinese restaurants in VT before then, but apparently there are two or three, in the outskirts rather than ...
... way in through a tiny hole in the rubble.
The darkened debris-filled rooms were eerily reminiscent of first person shoot-em-up video games. I half expected to see Nazi zombies. Otherwise, it mostly seemed like any other abandoned concrete building… until I made it to the next level. My jaw dropped after climbing the last set of stairs leading to the meeting room. The daylight shone through the holey roof revealing a huge circus-like arena ...
... We apologised to him and interrupted each other in out attempts to explain our stupid situation, but he smiled and invited us to sit down inside the hotel and relax.
“Where are you from?” he asked.
“Hostel Mostel! We need them to help us! The dogs were chasing us!”
There were no dogs to be seen, except for Mr Buddy who was outside, whining.
“No,” he smiled, “what country?”
It was a ...