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... daughter Amy (who looks remarkably like Stephen Mangan off of "Episodes"), the aforementioned Melanie, and Terry. Rosemary, far from having the usual British reserve, was super chatty and told us all about her travels. Wendy and Amy had also taken several trips, so it was fun to find out what we had in common and who's been where and whether it was with Rick Steves or another company.
On our walk back to the hotel, Stefan stopped us in front of the Parliament building. ...
... t any more amazing than anything else I've seen over the past eight weeks. Regrettably I think I may have missed out on appreciating Istanbul because of that.
It's not that I'm no longer enjoying travelling. It's more that the novelty has worn off a bit. I still come across things that make me giddy with excitement. Petra, for example, was one of them. If I'm going to enjoy the next five weeks of solo travel, I need to make sure that I spend my time and money ...
... buddy, Kris.
Kris and I will spend two nights in Sofia,....and then begin our adventure around the Western Balkan Peninsula. We should be able to cover 5 or 6 countries in the next 2.5 weeks. We'll go as far as Bosnia,....then flip and complete the circle.
This is the trip I had thought I would do when Melissa and I went to Romania last year. But,...as ...
... all moved on.
... 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, ...