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... over Bulgaria in the palm of your hand.
Tuesday night, I spent some time with my nieces and nephew again, then dad and I watched a magnificent futbol match - the Bulgarian champion Ludogorets was only the second Bulgarian team to qualify for the Champions League finals, and their first match was away against the UK champ Liverpool. Ludogorets already had lots of drama on their way here. They were playing their last qualifying match against Romanian team Steaua a ...
Today was a very nice day in Sofia, helped by two very nice Dutch ladies. I started out by packing up my stuff and getting the heck out of Guest Rooms Kom. It was not a very nice place to stay, and I found a proper hostel for tonight, so I moved down there. I had arranged to meet up with Jacquelien and her mom Dineke after dropping my stuff off at the hostel. I got to my hostel at about 9:15am ...
... dark skinned people who could be from the balkans or arabs, turks, and Africans. A big group of beggars was waiiting at the doors for peole to leave at the end of prayers
After I went back to the Turkish restaurant for lunch. I had chicken breast stuffed with spinach, with rice, and ordered a salad with drink. ...
... wandered through the streets seeing what was around. A coffee and pastry of course was required along the way. It wasn't too far to walk back to the hotel so we headed back there late afternoon. We then went out again to explore a different area around the hotel to find some dinner. Another long day in the bus tomorrow for the drive to Istanbul. 6am wake up again : ( Need to go home for a proper sleep in and ...
... Krassie's encouragement. He chatted with a couple who were descending at the same time as we. There were stunning views of the valley and the mountains and part of the path was scented with dark purple lilacs.
On the way back, I was sleepy and nodded off for a bit. I think Krassie was a bit tired too but he managed to drive us back safely on the new Bulgarian autobahn built with EU funds. I haven't gone into all the things I learned from him ...