- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... city, we went through several poorer neighbourhoods. It's common here to live in apartment blocks. But they weren't uniform in shape - each building looked like it should just be a cube. But instead, some people had added balconies, other people had added extensions of rooms, so each building has ended up looking like a bit of a jenga block! The whole area was poor. The average wage of a Romanian is 400 EUR per month. Just past here was a cemetery, full of the ...
... we were further back in the gorge, was at a much higher up stage than where we'd crossed it before. It was filled with giant boulders. There was no bridge this high up but there were stepping stones, so we jumped across them and walked for a bit through the beech trees that continued on the other side.. After a couple of minutes the trail petered out, so after making a pact to come back again in the spring or summer, this time for a whole day, we retraced our steps and drove back to ...
... all of it had gone) so some of the roads were a bit slippery - neither of us fell over though. Tryavna is famous in Bulgaria for woodcarving and icon-painting and also for being the birthplace of the Bulgarian revolutionary Angel Kanchev, who on being captured by the police next to the Romanian border in 1872, shot himself rather than run the risk of betraying vital secrets under torture. It is also a very historic town, full of ...
... The food was very similar to British Chinese food, except for a simple but delicious salad containing sesame seeds. They also had veal, something I've never seen at a Chinese restaurant in the UK, instead of beef. For pudding I had 'fried ice cream' - ice cream fried very quickly in batter. Only a little bit of it had melted. It was delicious, but very filling! It came with a colourful paper peacock on a wooden stick. Its tail spreads out like a fan. ...
... the name of but was cooked and served in a clay pot. It was basically chicken stew with sliced tomato and mushrooms, with cottage cheese-like white cheese and a fried egg on top. With a dessert, the whole lot came to nearly 15 leva - just over £6! Everything is so cheap here.
I've met my new employers and colleagues, had a couple of training sessions (one of which was about TOEFL, something I never taught in Ecuador) and have been taken ...