Hotel Yastrebets Wellness & Spa
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... The shoes weigh like 2 kg each!!! :))) Now- imagine walking in them- real comedy. Turned up late for our class and when we said that none of us done skiing before we were told to be very ambitious booking 4 hours. And guess what? They were right. After excessive sweating and trying not to slide down the hill backwards we realised that 2 hours is more then enough for us. Some people from the group continued skiing without the instructor as they decided ...
... 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.
... a secluded country road which was indeed in very poor condition, but with a little vigilance I was usually able to find an isthmus of asphalt between the gargantuan potholes and gravel. At the end of the road lived a Roma (politically correct term for "gypsy") family who excitedly greeted us and allowed us to take their picture. The father was quite intrigued with Brian's Garmin and bicycle in general. The mother and children giggled with ...
... team hit their sacks to try and recover some of that lost sleep from the night before.
Tomorrow the team visit the House of Opportunity in the nearby village of Skravena and hook up with the translators who will be joining us for the camp.
This year the team are:
Laura Ferguson (Bulgaria intern)
Grace Henney (two time SC vet)
Fraser Henney (Grace's husband and SC newby)
... this was no easy place to be. Even the weather was forboding - no colour and noticably colder than earlier in the day. However, a warm welcome was extended to us and we soon found ourselves entering the main hall where almost 100 young men sat awaiting us.
We had decided to play some simple games and present a play with a message to contemplate, carefully scripted to encourage as much audience participation as ...