Sunny Day Hotel and Apartments
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... ago traitors were thrown off it to their deaths. He dropped the lens cap to the side of the rock, but although I thought it may have landed on a ledge of earth a couple of metres below, I decided not to try and find a way down there in case I slipped to my death. Although it was very sunny, there was still mud around. At least it wasn't his camera that was lost!
We ate our Christmas dinner very late, because we didn't ...
... couple of craftsman's and tourist souvenir shops after that, but didn't buy anything. We knew we'd be back either the next day or on Boxing Day. It was a lovely sunny day, like yesterday, so it was very pleasant just walking around. As the sun got lower and lower, the light looked more and more golden.
We didn't do much in the evening apart from have pizza for dinner (with added mozzarella), play cards and have some clementines before getting an early night.
... beer I'd bought for him a few days ago. We also went next door to buy some 1kg tubs of honey from my landlady.
After about an hour we went out for dinner at Hadji Nikoli. We shared an antipasti plate, Dave had a Bulgarian pork grill and I had stuffed chicken breasts, with buttered broccoli as a side. It was great.
It had been a long day, so we went straight back to the flat after dinner, finished unpacking and headed for bed.
... one I wanted would have left far too late, so I arrived at a different bus station that usual in VT. I had to get a taxi because I'd never been in this part of town before and the station was unmarked so I had no idea where it was in relation to the town ...
... then they are punctuated with random gloomy, dilapidated buildings. There were fantastic restaurants and bars perched on the sides of these steep cliffs, with spectacular views down into the gorge below. We managed to find a restaurant for lunch that had one such sweeping view from our balcony table. And we were alone. Not a smoker in sight and the food was great. We managed to Skype Steve's friend, John and his kids, back in Byron Bay and showed ...