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... next to them and none of them flinched or flew away. It reminded me of when Mum visited in October and said that the sparrows reminded her of how common they used to be in London forty or fifty years ago.
It looked like a really good place - before I was taken to my room I had time to send a quick email on one of the free computers and take note of the free pool table! The private rooms were in a separate building three ...
... as he liked trekking.
Mary...Scary Mary...she would have to be a two-bagger in the sack just in case the first one broke.
Lea and George were probably common law but had separate rooms.
Lea...U/K as I never got her name early on.
Penny...The Brick Shithouse for her size but the most interesting one to talk to.
Sue...Stern Sue for her general uncertain demeanour.
Janice...Catwoman for her love of felines.
... early, but 10 pm on a Thursday night should see some places open...surely. We eventually stumbled across a little bar called Vibe, which it had none of since there was no one in there. But it was somewhere to get a drink and there was good music playing. Vlad got a sticky finger and Ivan wanted one too, but he already had 2 B52's, so Vlad told him 'don't be greedy'. After several rounds if shooters and Long Island Iced Tea we ...
... could easily have spent a couple weeks in the country and made my way to the Black Sea. But I didn't. I'm about to catch a bus back to Belgrade for another four days until I depart for Thailand. Nothing wrong with Belgrade, but I could have made better use of my time. I'm learning. One thing I'm excited for is the Belgrade Beer Fest. I'm planning to meet up with some people this weekend for it, we'll probably get a little rowdy. Like I said, I'm learning as I go. I mentioned ...
... needs to work on. Seriously. It was a frustrating couple of weeks, but eventually everything was in order and I was set to go to Skopje.
Int he meantime, we just have to wait for the new elections in May to see what happens with Bulgaria and the government. A majority of Bulgarians I have talked to hope that Boyko Borisov's party gets reelected, because the second party is the old communist party. Scary. I suppose only time will tell! ...