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... Anyway, it was too far to drive in one go so we stopped off at a lake on the way and camped there for the night, again with a handful of Bulgarian fishermen! The sunset was beautiful, which Logan missed as he was snoozing due to taking anti-histamine to combat the swelling from the bee sting! Very relaxed day and night.
... the roads were paved and the last part to Samokov was worse then everything else so far, but Samokov surprised us with very helpful locals: one found us the cheapest hotel so far (we don't want to talk about money to much, but to give you an idea, in this text we'll do so nonetheless: normally we pay around 20 € for two persons, sometimes including breakfast, sometimes not, here we payed 15 €) and we didn't even ask for help (we just stood there, ...
Vidrare is a fairly happy place. The director is a dynamic person who has attracted a lot of outside support for the orphanage and looking around it is clear to see that for many of the children here this is home and the coming change will not be easy for them to cope with.
Due to a slight mix up we arrived at Razliv orphanage 20 boxes short so we'll return tomorrow.
"Hope" Orphanage, as ...
... that there are people who care and who want to help them. This is satisfying turn of events as we were worried about how we might find these families. Was that a chance meeting at the petrol between Miryana and Ivan? I'm not really one for conicidence. I believe God has us in His hands and this is yet another example of His timing and provision.
This brings us to the end of this year’s ...
... helped to keep 50 children free from damp and cold for the last two winters. Sad to say that the Trust staff are probably the closest thing to friends that these people have. Despite the general unpleasantness of the place it is still the closest thing to a home outside of Lipnitsa that the children have and now they are being forced to leave. We met Ani, who at 20 days old, is about to become homeless.
There may be a silver lining here. More of the children ...