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... an hour walk to have been wasted and I was tired (my rucksack was very heavy), so I didn't. There was nothing to see or do in the area of town I was in apart from a Lidl supermarket round the corner, so I went inside, browsed and bought some lunch items to have at the station and some snacks for the journey later. After I'd eaten my lunch I read my Alexander Humboldt book until it was time to wander out to where my bus was due to leave.
To celebrate Shrove Tuesday I decided to throw a pancake party at my flat, but because the day itself was a work night and some of my colleagues were working until 21.30, I simply tested the recipe for myself that evening and saved the party for today.
Though I say so myself, I think it was a success! There were ten of us altogether. My pancakes ...
... Emma and Kate packed their stuff and eventually they had to depart. I walked to the ETAP bus station to see them off on their journey back to Sofia. Ahead of them was a long overnight wait at Sofia Airport for their early-morning flight to London.
The next day they told me that although their flight had to make an unscheduled stop at Budapest Airport because another passenger had a medical emergency, they'd got home OK.
... br> After I had climbed back down all the steps and walked back past the art gallery and monument and across the bridge, I went on to the little Christmas market round the corner from Mother Bulgaria Square. To be honest, it didn't seem to sell anything that you wouldn't see in a Christmas market in the UK, and I didn't buy anything. Then I went back to the flat to rest and have some late lunch. I wanted to preserve my energy for the school Christmas party that evening!
... and a protective structure was built around the tomb. However, visitors were still not allowed so an exact copy (including mistakes made during the restoration work!) was built just a few steps down, and this is what we saw that day. I was a little bummed to not see the original, but it was nice to be able to inspect the frescoes from up close and touch them.
With the history of ancient Thrace and gold treasures still on our mind, we had to switch gears without wanting to, as ...