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... all moved on.
... four semi-professional dancers who worked for the club would dance to the music in shifts. That is apparently done in all Chalga clubs. Behind the girls dancing on the platforms are large screen televisions playing the music videos of the songs that are currently playing. It was a cultural experience to be sure. Then, a group of girls dressed in teal green came out on this stage and danced for between five and ten minutes in a ...
... just so they knew that we had no idea what they were talking about. The beer was only two-per-cent strength, but even then, it was nice to be given free beer in a park. It certainly would never happen in Australia, and if it did happen, it would definitely never be offered by a group of hot Bulgarian girls.
I refused to take part in the pub crawl. This may sound like I was being a stick-in-the-mud, but I refuse to go on pub-crawls in all-male groups. ...
... that passage would cleanse me of them. It was a nice walk along a forested path although I was a little slow and it did get warm walking up hill. At the end, Krassie had me walk a little farther up a road to see a little waterfall.
From there we went to a restaurant patronizied by Bulgarians rather than tourists. There were a lot of families with kids and there were toys for them: a riding animal of some sort that played tunes including one ...
Not much happened today as our hangovers were as big as a single fat woman's serving of ice cream on Valentine's Day.
We wandered a little about the city but the majority of the day was spent wallowing in our disgusting states of brain electrolyte depletion and alcohol ravaged dehydration on a bench in the park. In hindsight we were basically filthy, sexy, exotic, foreign hobos. We oggled some of the local talent in the park, of which there was much. They ...
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