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... 1186 and 1393, the Bulgarian Empire and Tsarevets, its capital, flourished. But the arrival of the Turks changed everything, and darkness fell upon our land for the next 500 years. Tsarevets, however, remains perched up on the hill in all its glory, a reminder of glorious days past. And that was our destination for Thursday.
There are three hills in this area, and two of them, Tsarevets and Trapezitsa, were fortified by the Bulgarians. ...
... a beer to wash it down Vlad's cat has had kittens and there is one tabby left which Hannah has christened wilf, he is gorgeous but definitely NOT being smuggled home in her suitcase Off to the forest restaurant tonight and if we can stay awake long enough there are fireworks at shipka so we should have a fantastic view from the balcony Just so you can picture this I'm sat by the swinging chair writing this and Steve is asleep on the sunbed ...
... three weeks at a time and then she walks down to Kalofer. She told us that in summer the place is usually full but the night we stayed there was only ourselves and a Dutch backpacker.
The uprising against the Ottoman Empire in 1876 was unsuccessful but the war which followed led to independence for Bulgaria. The most famous piece of Bulgarian literature, 'Under the Yoke', is set in these mountains and is based ...
I'll let you read about it yourself..
Did this a couple of years ago on a road trip with my friend Pat, it was falling down then.....3 years later a bit more of it has fallen down!
Entry was a tad more difficult this year, the hole was a bit higher.....
Weather has been great, roads as good as they get in this part of the world. ...
... that night, eating at a fancy Bulgarian cafe and enjoying a whiskey and coke. It was a nice end to the evening and Tanja, a tall, extroverted Vancouver girl, bought a bottle of cheap wine for us to share as we walked back to our hostel.
It was now past midnight and people were exhausted after such a jam-packed day. Little did we know that a new adventure was about to unfold – an adventure that taught all of us something about the notion friendship.
It all ...