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... hope Vlad has more luck than in previous years in collecting all the fees due.
Looking forward to going over again and maybe even meeting up with some of you. ( Paula i see we over lap by a few days so look forward to meeting up at last. You are there first so that means you have to get the wine on Ice, )
Look forward to hearing from you either by email or via this blog.
After we left the monastery we retraced our steps and stopped at Asenovgrad Fortress, which perches dramatically in the mountains about 2km from the town. The only wholly preserved building in the fortress complex is a tiny church which nevertheless has two floors. It has fragments of murals on the walls. It looked like a working church, not just a museum one; there were chairs in rows, a wooden stand with bibles and ...
It turned out that I was the only guest who wanted to go to the monastery and fortress on Monday, so I had to pay a bit more than if there'd been more people, but it was worth it!
The journey took about 40 minutes. On the way to Bachkovo Monastery we passed through the town of Asenovgrad. Luben, the driver, told me that Asenovgrad is known for making wedding dresses and red wine; sure enough, we passed lots ...
... on, until I had a nasty fall, I hit ice, lost control, and bounced off a 6"6 Romanian guy and then tumbled another 10metres downhill. Hurt and winded I got back in my skiis, though for rest of that day my mojo was definitely gone, confidence just wasn't the same. Next morning however I was back in form. Although very sore still ! We had a different instructor this day as all the groups were to be sorted out that afternoon. The groups were now split up well, people of ...
It's still raining this morning. We are heading for Xanthi which is famous for it's old quarter, once wealthy from tobacco it boasts fine mansions and historic houses set in into the hill side on winding cobbled streets.
The rain is light until all of a sudden there is a torrential downpour, it's so heavy we are only able to manage a crawling speed, so we can see the road.
At Xanthi we parked and had lunch, we could hear the storm in the ...