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... our whereabouts, activities and successes as we travel around vis this blog site.
i hope you are all doing well on your side of the world and would love to hear from you.
In the meantime I am posting some pics of life here over the last few months here and some of my crazy gypsy kids and family I study with.
Lots is of love from abroad - not a broad!
Catherine -da-Great in Bulgaria
... maintained it's strategic importance and development continued under the subsequent Macedonian, Roman, Byzantine, Bulgarian and Turkish occupation of the area. The ruins themselves are now quite faint traces of rubble, but the sense of continuity and the connection with 5000 years of history is still very much there and the hill known as Nebet ...
... phone it didn't in my UK one.
I've tried some more Bulgarian food; stuffed courgette in a very runny yet creamy sauce, a potato dumpling in another type of creamy, herby sauce, and rabbit and mushroom stew. I would recommend all of these to visitors! Stuffed vegetables seem to be very popular here - they stuff courgettes, aubergines, peppers and cabbage leaves.
Dave and I have applied for some tickets to the Rugby World Cup, which will be held in ...
... had asked all the right questions about buses across the border when we arrived at the otogar when we travelled from Istanbul to Edrine. So we thought this is easy, go to the otogar for the 11:45 bus to Plovdiv on Monday morning and all is well. Then on Sunday we saw one of the bus companies had an office open in town so we popped in to buy tickets for the trip. It was by chance, and much arm waving and use of Google translate that does not in fact translate very well, that we ...
... sign of Lenin on the wall, it was probably some Bulgarian Communist leader unknown to me. The overall impression, though, was that a bomb had gone off in the centre.
We explored for an hour, sometimes climbing down into dark passages, looking down carefully so as not to fall into steep drops that seemed to fall down to nowhere. For a while, I followed Matt underground, as he'd strapped a torch to his head. Water would drip on our heads, and to add to the atmosphere, the ...