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... re directed to our 'sleeping car.' This is a small enclosed room with 2 sets of three bunk beds stacked on top of each other. There were 3 other young people also sleeping in there. They were Bulgarian. The train was OLD,....and not comfortable at all.
We spread out the not-so-clean sheets (I slept in a sleep sack), I fluffed up my travel pillow with satin pillowcase, locked all of our bags together with our trusty cable ...
... famous Viennese theatre architects Hermann Helmer and Ferdinand Fellner, was finished in 1906 and opened on 3 January 1907. The building was extensively damaged by a fire in 1923 during an ...
... happened. I was impressed and it gave me a much better impression of Bulgarians, then I had previously.
On my last Friday before I arrive in Israel, Elena and I visited the Aladga Monastery, one of many cave monasteries that existed during the 13th and 14th centuries. It was incredible to see how the monks lived in these small spaces, because I kept hitting my head in the complex. It was very pretty, ...
... enjoying free spaghetti and beer, as soccer played on the television. This is usually a good thing, but we were too exhausted to socialise. It probably didn't help that we'd been eating mysterious Bulgarian yoghurt for the last three days and it had made us nauseous. But I was certain that Bulgarian yoghurt contained magical healing properties and we were to continue to consume it no matter how terrible we felt.
There was a Korean guy in our dorms named ...
... would have none of it. One of the guards, about 70 got really angry at those taking their time and actually headbutted one of the guys coming out! Bit different to friendly NZ!. We did a walking tour of the city that evening to see some of the local sights. The next day it was a bus to Veliko Tarnovo, a sleepy town north-west of Varna, famous for it’s Medieval Fortress and old town which is on a pretty steep face. We booked into our hostel which turned out to be run by ...