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... good enough and some never got back on skis at all. Even if you decide not to ski, there is plenty more you can do. So when the guys decided to take a break from skiing we took a lift (18 lev return)to get up the hill. It was my dream come true to sit on a lift and go up the mountain. The view was so beautiful! There was a little cafe on top of the mountain where we had some drinks and enjoyed fresh air and the view. Later in the evening we stopped at ...
... Dome called them 'these two' re still having to tip.
The twisting roads ended at 1340 at the Greek border. Only three passports went inside: those of Daniela, the Mouse and yours truly. We went through a tunnel to the Bulgarian side. All passports went inside but were back withiin 5M, on our way by 1400.
The Smoker is whacking flies. Maybe they are attracted by nicotine. Saw a large 'BG' with the national flag on a hillside; nice touch. Crops are ...
... in the highlands to see an awesome alpine lake. It was actually a trudge through the snow, sometimes up to our knees, to a tiny ice-covered body of water at the top called Mt Okoto, or the Eyeball, because it looked....errr...like an eyeball. Even though no one was really clad for the walking conditions, it was a beautiful walk in the mountains, breathing in the fresh air and soaking up the alpine views.
We got ...
... would train these poor bears in this Pavlovian way. Some bears were blind, as they plied them with alcohol to get them to perform better. They would put a nail through their very sensitive nose and lead them along or jerk them to get a reaction. They also had their claws removed. Pretty horrific stuff
This sanctuary had been set up by the Brigitte Bardot foundation back in 2000 and there is no entry fee, so definitely a worthy cause. It costs around $7.50 ...
We hiked up to Ivan Rila's tomb. Had some time on our own with the ward who introduced us to the tame robins that flew on my hand.
Many Bulgarians come up to this place for religious reasons, leave whishes in the wall, fetch source's water. Interesting to see where the Orthodox Church leaves room for connectedness with nature. I however don't believe that Ivan slept in this cave for 7 years without even preparing himself a mattress.