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... window. Different types of baklava, khaifa, florentines, things that looked like truffles with various toppings, little meringues, syrupy things, fingers of what I think was fudge, biscuits, cupcakes and so on. We bought a florentine, a slice of chocolatey thing and two 'tolumbi', exactly like the syrupy things we'd got at the deli in VT but longer.
Once we had checked into Hotel Niky we rested for a bit before heading out again at 4pm. We went to the ...
... morning, down to the cathedral.
Ate in the hotel restaurant for some sustenance. Had a Kamenitza beer, Roddy, which was light and smooth. Tried kavarma, a stew with red peppers, chicken, onions, a very hot pepper, all covered with an egg. There was no spoon but the bread worked to sop up the broth It was nice and as much as I needed, happy as well to have gone local on meal one [14.3].
Minor stuff and bed after 2100, party animal status locked in.
Today was unloading day at our warehouse in Sofia. The temperature was hovering around zero degrees all day so the workout we all got from unloading the presents was a welcome warming activity. We had help from a whole load of volunteers including some guys from Scripture ...
... we reached the natural mineral spring. In any place where it was at least a little bit possible people have left small papers where they usually write their wishes and this is the way how they hope their secret wishes will come true :)
Besides we have noticed that on some tree branches there were hanging red-and-white bracelets (“martenitsi”). The girl from Hong Kong, Nobel, explained to us that it was a symbol of health and happiness that should bring ...
... for over 5 hours, and it felt like one. That is one of the things I miss most about home - sitting and talking around a table for hours, whether it's over a ton of food or over a meager espresso, is a national pastime. People often joke that if Bulgarians put as much effort in other things as they do in eating, drinking and talking, the country will be in a much different state. Alas, that's another topic entirely...