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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Dear Friends and some of my favorite people on the planet!
I absolutely cannot believe I have been here in Bulgaria for over a year already. It has gone by so fast and I have had so many amazing experiences and have been around so many great things happening in this little country. It is like the last frontier of Europe to get the preaching work done here.
I was so happy to see many of you while back in Canada in June-July but that ...
... We have heard this before, so it was not a surprise to hear this said again. Of course, the brain drain has hit the country and many of the more educated of the younger generation have left. I wonder what it is like to live in a society among a people without hope…
A stop on the journey back to the bus was at Hotel Balkan, where we were served Banitza, a filo dough with a type of cottage or ricotta cheese. It was not sweet, but other sweet ...
... ll find a wealth of different cultural and historic sights to enjoy including plenty of museums and art galleries.
Perhaps the best known of Plodiv's several museums is the Ethnographic museum, housed inside a beautifully opulent house once belonging to a former trader known as Argir Kuyumdzhioglu. Inside, visitors can see a varied and ...
... against going to the film about the ruins because it turned out to be some sort of 3-D recreation thing. Walked with Rosemary down the pedestrian area to the Catholic church. Very dim inside, but interesting painting of Mary and Child, where Jesus actually looks like a happy little baby instead of a homunculus. Also found a statue of St. Teresa, so I was happy. (I can't remember if I mentioned that since the first group get-together we've learned that Margaret is from South Africa ...
... nuts, jars of preserved peppers and tomatoes, bagged dried herbs, dried peppers, jars of honey and last of all, slabs of raw, white animal fat. Near the entrance to the market some women were selling bare branches of a certain type of tree, that I think I mentioned I saw sold in Sofia, along with branches of fir.
After stocking up on Christmas food at the supermarket below, we dumped the stuff at the flat and had a rest before going out again for lunch and some ...