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... visits, and it made me sad.
I capped off my Sunday by watching the volleyball world cup with dad. Our team took on the Olympic champ Russia and we started off taking a surprising 2-set lead, but ended up losing the other 3. The cup is being held in Poland, and they rooted against the Russians.Politics seem to permeate everything else in Eastern Europe.
I've had a great few days sweeping up the city, but I am not nearly done! :)
... I was fascinated by the idea of travel and adventure across the world, and no symbol had come closer to embodying this spirit to my mind than the Orient Express. It stood for everything that was strange and unknown to me, a proud ambassador of all things different and beyond my reach. To see a remnant of it now in such a forgotten and relatively neglected state made me more than a little sad.
Eventually two young german girls sat down nearby to disturb my nostalgic moment. ...
... we went to before we met him, he was the guys next to us having the same meal as simon. Next coincidence was the girl in our room, maryse, she had my same towel that I bought in a town in Holland, not that weird but turn out she is from that town and it was the same store. There's more...last one I promise haha as I'm fishing for them now...next guy to stay in our room was Israeli! Cmonnnn! That's a good one too! We were chatting away just us two then ...
... with the boyfriend of my friend Nikki (suitemate and good friend from UNC, living in Sofia, working for the state dept) at the Sofia train station and we knew we were probably going to be at least 2 hrs late. So, as we crossed the border and said goodbye to Lance's Turkish SIM card GBs, we sent a late-night email to Nikki telling her bf to meet us at 2pm instead of noon. Meanwhile, the busload of turkish kids boarded our train car (of course) and proceeded ...
... to Septemvri. But when I got to town, I found the day train to Beograd had been cancelled. The way the Bulgarian lady said the Serbians had cancelled it made me think there's some issues between the countries right how. Plus, once I did get to Beograd, I couldn't get the currency exchange lady in Beograd (Serbia) to take Bulgarian currency either! Obviously something strange was going on!
Anyway, I had a little time to ...