Luca Helios Beach
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... pendant. Then it was time for GELATO and a little R & R. This evening we had a cooking demo by Stefan and the owner of our hotel. They demonstrated hoe to make "mishmash", which contains eggs, feta cheese, tomatoes, red peppers, onion, and a special sauce. Of course we got to eat it! Then they made "banitsa", which is a phyllo dough and feta cheese dish. We've had that for ...
... I can eat on less than Lev 8 a day. If I can it is not worth taking the hostel's meal option. I head to the produce market, stock up for dinner and the following mornings breakfast and then onto the general market for everything else. I purchase enough for three meals and snacks and it comes to just over Lev 7.
I arrive back at the hostel to discover the evenings dinner is a stew that contains many of the things I'm allergic to and I am glad I hit the ...
... a giant inflatable Nescafé mug and someone talking over a loudspeaker. I found out the next day that there was a mountain biking festival going on; cyclists were biking through the hills next to VT, down the hill of Varusha (the old town), emerging at this monument junction and then continuing through the town. We didn't get to see any of the actual cycling though.
... 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 ...
... the houses, called Konstantsalyiska House, had been donated to Bulgaria as a museum, and it represented life at that time down to the 3-legged chairs, the stone fireplaces used for baking bread, the stone containers used for bringing water from the well, etc. One couldn't help but imagine what life must have been like in that house and in the village.
Our last stop for the day was the Church of Nativity of Christ, which featured frescoes from ...