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A lazy breakfast in the lovely garden. Sunglasses required, so it's a good day! And breakfast took all morning until it was time to walk into the village centre for 'Village Day'.
Entertainment by the ladies' choir, village children and two musicians. The young one was about 70! Pam even got me to have a go at some folk dancing. Not quite as simple as it looks, but the ...
... chunks with lots of bones still in, and her 'steamed vegetables' were just lukewarm frozen mixed veg with tough peas. Took forever to arrive, too. We had been planning to go for cocktails before going round to F's at 9:30pm, but didn't have time thanks to dinner taking so long. We had a lovely time at F's though; R went round too and we had a great time together.
Up at the crack of dawn tomorrow for our bus journey to ...
... beer I'd bought for him a few days ago. We also went next door to buy some 1kg tubs of honey from my landlady.
After about an hour we went out for dinner at Hadji Nikoli. We shared an antipasti plate, Dave had a Bulgarian pork grill and I had stuffed chicken breasts, with buttered broccoli as a side. It was great.
It had been a long day, so we went straight back to the flat after dinner, finished unpacking and headed for bed.
... the basement.
Later we made a walk around and we visited the tombs from the outside. We also walked by the school Georgi went as a child, but he told us it was a church. He also told us a funny story about what he did as a child in the school to make fun of the teacher.
After the walk we went to the restaurant where we can eat on cost of the municipality of Kazanlak. We ordered a lot of food, because it all ...
... we reached Pamporovo to start our ski trip! Saturday morning and we eagerly attended our first beginners ski lessons, at Malina ski school. This was a very well organised centre and our instructor on day one had great patience as we slid about like bambi on ice lol the first 2 hours seemed unlikely we would get it, but after lunch and a beer we had become naturals having learnt the snow plough to stop without falling lol so we attempted our first ...