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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Room service
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... by so fast. Thank you all for your time and generosity to me it was so much appreciated.
My apologies for not being so great about communicating the latest goings on here. There is so much to tell but yet time slips away from you.
Hopefully with this new found tool "Travel Pod" I can be more proactive about sending updates, pictures and news about the really great things happening here.
Letter this week - Oct 29 I have ...
... br> On the way back to our boat, we asked our guide if the people of Bulgaria were hopeful about their future. His immediate answer was, “Oh no, they are not.” That thought seemed to frame our time in that poor and depressed nation, as that was our overall feeling about our experiences, too. He told us that many of the older people felt they had a better life under communism when people were equal and they all had work of some sort and a place ...
... rebuilt and restored, and now once again plays host to plays and concerts throughout the year. The ancient theatre is a pretty awe-inspiring place to simply walk around, but it takes on a life of its own when used as a performance space, so make sure you have a look at the many concerts on throughout the year when you visit.
... elderflowers. She didn't manage to get into any of the churches down there because they were closed - probably because it was a Monday.
I finished work at one, so I came straight home (via a shop for some bread, tomatoes, milk and Coke Zero) and we had lunch at my flat. Along with the bread, we had herby soft cheese, Edam, smoked salmon, roasted peppers from a jar and some pesto, plus Mum had black olives and the tomatoes as well.
After lunch ...
... ringing in the distance; this always reminds me of my walk to work in Guayaquil in my last three weeks of the job in Ecuador. I had an IELTS one-to-one between 7 - 9 am from Monday to Friday, so I'd set off from my new flat about 6.20. At 6.30 every morning, just as I was walking through Urdesa Norte neighbourhood and nearing the river, I'd hear a church bell clanging nearby. Then, as I crossed the river, I'd sometimes spot an iguana or two in the trees or on ...