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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 ...
... We have heard this before, so it was not a surprise to hear this said again. Of course, the brain drain has hit the country and many of the more educated of the younger generation have left. I wonder what it is like to live in a society among a people without hope…
A stop on the journey back to the bus was at Hotel Balkan, where we were served Banitza, a filo dough with a type of cottage or ricotta cheese. It was not sweet, but other sweet ...
... of rose petals were placed around the museum - a great touch, I thought. The scent was amazing. We saw lots of old equipment for the distillation and storage of rose oil (attar of roses), fascimiles of black and white photos of rose pickers in action, and some documents relating to the attar of roses trade. No wonder real rose oil is expensive; apparently, to get 1 kg of rose oil you need 3000 - 3500 kg of petals from the pink Kazanluk rose, or 5000 kg from the white ...
... the river from the other side of the hill. The Assen Monument consists of an upright sword, flanked by four Bulgarian Tsars on horseback. From 1185 to 1241, these Tsars helped the Bulgarian State reach its political, cultural and economic height,
with Tarnevgrad (as VT was formerly known) as its capital.
Behind the monument there was an art gallery, but to my surprise (considering it was a Saturday and a nice sunny day to boot, so quite a few people were around), ...