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... shopska salad, which has onion, tomato, cucumber, and shredded cheese and is something of a national dish. A garlicky flat bread was also served. We had a choice for the main course: chicken with vegetables, or a vegetable souffle. You can guess which one I got. The chicken was barbecued and quite nice, and the woman who sat next to me, Melanie, ate one of my zucchini slices. Dessert was a layered chocolaty, caramelly thing.
I sat with Rosemary (the English-born lady), ...
... in the hostel for the entire week, though that was partly due to the language barrier. Even slightly recharged, arriving here I haven't been all that social. Until breakfast this morning I haven't put myself out there to even say hi to the person sitting next to me, simply because I haven't had the energy to do so.
This is why, when everyone talks about how amazing Istanbul was, I sort of shrug my shoulders and give a non-committal response. It was amazing, it ...
Oct 2, 2014
Well,.....hello again! I'm writing this from 35,000 feet in the sky. After a whole WEEK at home,.....I'm 'on the rode again'. (Or in this case,.....in the AIR again.)
My destination is Rome, Italy,.....where I'll catch a Regional Jet to Sofia, Bulgaria. After arriving in Sofia,....I'll wait a couple of hours,...then meet up with my old friend, ...
... flora and fauna. And a pleasant mild climate to work and play in.
... talking about American politics, the chance of war in Syria and just life. I then encountered a man who yelled at me for speaking English in Bulgaria and began to scream about American Imperialism. I was honestly taken aback, because I thought I would suffer from Anti-Semitism long before Anti-Americanism. The Bulgarians that I was with shot back at the man and the restaurant staff even kicked him out. They apologized to me ...