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Dear Friends and some of my favorite people on the planet!
I absolutely cannot believe I have been here in Bulgaria for over a year already. It has gone by so fast and I have had so many amazing experiences and have been around so many great things happening in this little country. It is like the last frontier of Europe to get the preaching work done here.
I was so happy to see many of you while back in Canada in June-July but that ...
... sites do not stop at the theatre though- nearby there are the ruins of an ancient stadium which tourists are also free too walk around. One of the most immediately evident things about this once huge structure (dating from the time of the emperor Hadrian) is how sharp the stonework still looks in places, almost like the stones have only just been chiselled ...
... I was very much looking forward to seeing it, especially the displays of all the types of traditional bread, dyed eggs and Martenitsas I'd heard about, and I wasn't disappointed. So interesting! I loved the old photos of musicians, traditional trades and general life of VT, too, plus the historic building itself, though I only got to see two of the five floors - the one level with Gurko Street and the one above. I loved the view from the windows as well.
... The Lucky Man) - we all had tarator and mains; Andrew had kebapche (flattened meatballs), I had some special scrambled eggs and Kate had what claimed to be 'oriental salad' but didn't actually seem different to a normal one. She said it was tasty, though. We had garlicky sauteed potatoes and grilled vegetables on the side. We were so stuffed by the end we had to ask for a doggy bag to take away most of the potatoes and some of the scrambled ...
Today was Bulgarian Independence Day; another very fine day, it was already very hot at about 9.30 am, when I got up. I walked to the plaza in front of the bridge to Tsarevets Fortress, because I'd heard there was going to be stuff going on there, but although I waited for over half an hour nothing happened, so I continued to the fortress.There were military figures standing around a monument there, plus several TV cameras were present. Not long after I arrived a short ...