Sunny Day Hotel and Apartments
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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 ...
... forever, even in heaven - it is not “till death do us part”, because in heaven they are still married.
The wife of the priest is an icon painter, so she explained the multi-layered process of painting icons. Her work was very beautiful, and I was so tempted to purchase a piece, but I restrained myself.
Tonight was the farewell reception - a lovely drink to toast the captain and other crew on our way into dinner. We sat with ...
... 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 ...
... bag of broad beans which also looked very fresh. The whole lot came to just over 12 leva - £4.40!
After that it was just gone 4 pm, so I had to go back to work. I didn't get back until ten to ten; Mum had already had her dinner, but cooked mine for me; a lovely mushroom omelette with broad beans. She hadn't had pudding yet though, so we had that together. She'd made a syrup using Kate's rosehip jelly and we had it poured over some of the strawberries. ...
... bottle of Coke Zero, a couple of cheesy rolls and a clear plastic box of sweet things to eat in front of the computer at work. I save one of the rolls and about half of the sweet things for later. Bulgaria seems to have quite a large collection of different types of cheesy rolls. Some with yellow cheese on top (kashkavalki), or variously-shaped ones with white cheese (a lot like feta) inside and on top. The sweet things I normally get are balls of a brown, moist, ...