- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... really headed off for their trip. Not 100m into the trail, however, the dog that was following along with us (it goes everywhere the dad does) decided she had fallen to far behind and needed to catch up. It bolted past Veronica, Sim and Me and ran straight into the legs of the Dad's horse. It shocked the horse enough that it kicked out but missed the dog. The dog was that shocked at running into the horse that it yelped anyway. The trail was literally a goat track in ...
... to get her Elvira streak in her hair looked at. Steve carried on until the tour ended and couldn't believe his luck that he had a Mandy-free afternoon. What to do? Check out the churches? Nyet. Go shopping? Uh uh. Pub? Deifinietely in the top three on his list. Cake? Mmmmmmmmm.....cake. Done
So he set off to wander around the mean streets of the capital to find cake, or a pub, or.....errrr....hang on, where exactly was he? Mandy had ...
... pretty tired from a late night followed by an early train and a day of walking around, so a few of us decided to go see Hunger Games: Catching Fire at the cinema. If only movies were this cheap back home...$5 movie with $2 popcorn?!? Too hard to resist especially for those who know how much Nigel (and Terrea for that matter) loves popcorn at the movies.
The next day we all hopped onto a tram line for about 40 minutes and headed towards the underground ...
... took 15 years to get an apartment, 10 years to get a car, and 5 years to get a washing machine. The mall had an escalator, and that was a bit of an attraction for the locals at the time! After the tour, I went back and went inside the church that the town was named after and the biggest Orthodox church in the town.
Sofia also has a number of parks. The parks look really sketchy, but they are filled with normal people. ...
... Today provides a reminder that there are large numbers of children growing up in communities like this one in Skravena; marginalised, ostracised, vilified even. There is a lot more to do.
This is our last post form the 2012 Christmas box trip. We have had a challenging but successful trip with more presents than ever before being given to children and families all across Bulgaria. None of this would be possible without the tremendous support of our donors in the UK ...