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... very patient.
BBQ food, tables under the trees and beer - but not for us. Being with the village VIPs, we were invited to lunch with the mayor's party. Not a posh affair, but nice food (Bulgarian portions which meant there was no hope of eating it all) and lovely people we could communicate with thanks to Pam's Bulgarian. Also rakia - apparently very good quality but ...
Kate and Andrew went on a wonderful day trip today to the rock church of Ivanovo, the rock monastery of Basarbovo, Cherven medieval fortress, Nicopolis ad Istrum and Preobrazhenski Monastery, but I was at work all day and didn't get back until late. I had been to all of them except for the latter before, I suppose!
After we arrived back from Arbanasi yesterday I had to go back to work for 3pm, but Kate and Andrew went ...
... abilities were put in same group and kids were taken to a different group. We weren't too impressed with this so decided to spend rest of the week doing our own thing. We each knew what we had to work on, what needed improvement so we worked hard, doing mostly red slopes to perfect our parallel traversing. I think we all improved to a good standard. We ate out pretty well this week also, just like last year, the food quality was excellent and the prices great. As we ...
... Bulgarian baklava and kadaif. Amongst other things, from him I got a really interesting-looking book called 'This Way Southward' by A. F. Tschiffely, published in 1940. It's an account of a journey through Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. He also got me a lovely calendar using photos we took in Ecuador last June.
Speaking of books, Emma and Kate each got me a really good book as well. Emma got me 'What Caesar Did for ...
... of his death by hanging. Bulgaria lost many of its most honorable, brave and patriotic sons during this time, and many of them had either been in this very prison or had died here.
Our final stop was the Museum of Archaeology which was on the other side of the konak. The exhibits here were mostly clay pots and weapons from pre-Bulgarian times, although there were some exhibits from the medieval rulers, such as the ring of khan Kaloyan. It was a ...