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... freezing, although this improved marginally when we upgraded to the basically indistinguishable 'first class', which at least offered lighting. We were soon being shouted at to change again - this time at the pleasant station of plavow. In a race against the train we managed to procure coffee and a pastry based breakfast, which was just as well given there was another three hours to Sofia. The landscape steadily changed from agricultural to ...
... places to go that are just a train ride away.
These kids got off earlier to transfer to go to Istanbul. Our full train ride to Sofia was just under 10 hours. The scenery was great. We passed by farms, herders with their flock on a field, mountains, and ravines.
We arrived at around 22:30 and walked to our apartment. The walk was pretty sketchy. Especially since the street lights suddenly went out on one of the streets ...
... Ramapo named Maya. It was interesting to see Maya, whom I had not spoken to for many years. We spent the night eating traditional Bulgarian food and having good conversation. It was a nice day overall.
The next morning I took a shuttle bus to the Rila Monastery, which is the most famous and supposedly beautiful of the monasteries in Bulgaria. As a Jew, it is kind of odd to see the power of devotion that some pilgrims ...
... with their living standards, but don't earn enough to improve their lot. Change is coming slowly, but mentally, many older people find it difficult to cope.Sofia is 700 metres above sea level and the highest European capital city. Again, we ate a great meal at our hotel. Liz even got to eat gluten free desert ( three of them!!) for the first time on this trip. Every other night it's been fruit. A walk along Bulgaria Square under the light of the full moon completed another good ...
... ready to intercede and reached for my camera. He became more stern, and said "NO", this time, SHAKING his head.
"Ok, ok, sorry - I get it now". He chuckled again and showed me the visual clues:
"Da" (shaking head)
"Nay" (nodding head)
Enter bizarro world...
27 hours later from departing Montenegro, I arrived in Sofia. My apartment host gave me conflicting directions to his apartment and I was lost in Sofia. I asked taxi drivers whom ...