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... to in the morning, to buy 5 kashkavalki; two to have for dinner and three to save for breakfast and the journey the next morning. The woman gave me a free chocolate-filled roll and a glazed ring of bread with poppy seeds. Then straight back to the hostel, because I was knackered. I did have to go back out for a bottle of Coke Zero, but after that I just collapsed in bed, read my Kindle, had dinner in bed and then went to sleep early, because I had to get up very early the next morning.
When visiting the friends I was happy to see how баниц
72; (banitsa) is made and suprised that they have it for brakfast. In addition I learned that a proper BBQ fire has to be guarded by the house's men. Tasty cevapis!
We also met Slav Bakalov again. One of my most appreciated painters. If you may you can contact his son: paint-wall.com
Lufthansa was kind enough to accept the 1x1m paintings in the luggage. The wrapping wasn't easy though.
... While in Serbia (or in Bosnia and Herzegovina) children must learn both alphabets (Latin and Cyrillic), in Bulgaria they must be familiarized with the only alphabet which is the Cyrillic alphabet and they're required to learn the Latin alphabet only if they're interested in studying foreign languages. Bulgarians are very proud of their current alphabet and don't intend to change it in the upcoming years. It's quite hard for tourists to understand signs in public places, ...
... snow. However we then discovered that it was sightseeing only and no lifts were operating. We were not that disappointed because it was a lovely drive thought the forest and the snow and we stayed for around an hour before getting a another taxi half way down. We then transfered to a bus for the remainder of the trip down to save money.
We then stuffed around for a couple of ...
... be the Sofia train station... at 11am (an hour before our originally planned arrival even with our 2-3hr delay at the border). We still have no clue how this happened, but OMG, I was giddy with excitement!!!
First we confirmed we were in fact in sofia (as we couldn't read anything because it was written in Russian-alphabet cyrillic) by finding the non-obvious translation in our guidebook. Then we checked our bags at the train station and took ...