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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.
... up the endless supply of apples they had lying around in the garden. Despite the language barrier we were still able to connect with each of the guys there and have a really great time hanging out with them! After a very hot couple of hours we decided to go down to the river, much to Marie’s delight. We didn’t quite brave jumping in this year but it was fun to watch some of the local Roma lads do all kinds of crazy dives. While there ...
... to go). The second one was a Dutchman living in Bulgaria (and actually at that moment helping a Bulgarian friend who had lived in the Netherlands and now produced stroopwafels in Bulgaria!) who gave us an insider tip where to eat. And indeed, this 'old house' offered the best meal we ate in Bulgaria until now, and was only slightly more expensive than usual (again the money topic: we normally eat a big salad, a hot starter (as the main meals normally have ...
... Christian teaching sessions. Through drama (always a laugh) and songs we hope to bring alive some of the best known Bible stories for the kids and tell them that there is a God who loves them very much. Fatherly love is a difficult subject for a lot of these kids- the reason many of them are with us is because they have been abused by their dads so we are very sensitive as to how we express our faith in a way ...
... on the UN Human Development Index they are on an equal ranking with those living in sub-saharan Africa; yet even without words we find common ground with them. A young boy named Mitko followed us up the snowy hill pushing his bike and chatting to us as we went on a little walk up to the monastery to see the views over the village.
Having earlier pushed the van into the sunshine to defrost, it now starts, woop woop! We pick up the rest ...