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... pool tables and electronic darts; the pool tables were all booked up until late, so some of us played darts while others sat down and had more drinks. The last bar we went to was Sammy's, next door. Here I just had a hot chocolate. When we left here the heavens had opened; it was pouring with rain. Instead of getting a taxi, however, we walked/ ran from roof shelter to roof shelter, avoiding the streams of water coming off the roofs or out of pipes, until we reached the flat.
... d got up to in Sofia before they took the bus to VT. They'd tried kashkavalki for the first time after spotting them in a bakery window and recognising them from a photo of mine I'd taken before Christmas, looked round Sveta Nedelya Cathedral and found one of the cake shops I'd raved about!
By the time our food arrived I had come into possession of a little stuffed white bear, courtesy of a scratchcard that came with my bottle of Coke Zero. ...
... could see the entrance to the cave from the ticket booth, so F asked the man if we could possibly just step inside the cave and look round the main bit for ten minutes. This was not possible, however! Oh well.
To make up for that, we continued climbing up the mountain for a bit until we reached the top of the gorge. The view, needless to say, was amazing. There was a beech wood at the top. We carried on walking for five minutes until we reached the river again, ...
... modern Egyptian style art. The city is wonderful - from the old centre you can get glimpses down at the newer city at every street. Veliko was a cultural capital during the Middle Ages, and they have found traces of human settlements here beginning in 3000 BC. We planned to take a train to Plovdiv, but the guy working at the hostel told us the train tracks were under renovation, so we decided to take a bus instead. It was another early day as the bus left at 8am from the ...
... was unlike any western church. It became clear we were no longer in the glitz and glam of the western world. An ornate metal chandelier hung low to the floor in the centre, above a beautiful Persian carpet. The absence of an alter seemed to open the space, making God more accessible and preachers equal to their congregation.
Next stop, the Tsarevets Fortress!
It was a hot and sweaty hike to the top, but worth it. Impressive ...