Panorama Fort Beach Complex
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
This morning I took Kate and Andrew to Arbanasi, a place Kate had been wanting to go ever since I first mentioned it last autumn!
Our first port of call was the wonderful Church of the Nativity; just as I thought, they were absolutely blown away by the fabulous, colourful frescoes covering almost every inch of the walls, ceilings and wooden beams.
After this we moved on to ...
... of the fortress, the number of other people gradually tailed away until finally I was the only person around. I looked round the ruins of the palace and passed through/ around many foundations of very small churches. Eventually I reached an overhanging rock nicknamed the 'Execution Rock' because traitors used to be pushed off it to their deaths in the river far below. All this while I kept my eyes out for sightings of lizards lying on top of the sun ...
... then we would pass our bags and bottles of water up inside to that person, and slowly we all crawled inside—even Carlos, who originally refused to come inside until he realised that we didn't actually care, and then asked me to help him crawl in.
The concrete walls would periodically crumble as we tried to grasp it, and we had to lookout for protruding pieces of glass and rusty metal. Once we crawled out of the darkness and up the echoing concrete steps, we emerged ...