- Shuttle bus service
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... anything about this obelisk apart from the fact that it's Roman. Every time the fields are ploughed, hundreds if not thousands of fragments of old pottery are uncovered, but no excavations have ever been done. Farmers are so used to it, they completely ignore whatever comes up. As we walked across the field we looked for interesting finds; I felt a bit like I was beachcombing. We didn't dig at all, we just looked on the ploughed earth as we walked. There were indeed ...
... wasn't going to be until late afternoon, there was bound to be something going on in the main pedestrian street in the morning anyway.
So this morning I walked around town looking for signs of celebrations, but I didn't see any apart from one or two Bulgarian flag stalls setting up next to the martenitsa stalls. Although disappointed on the celebrations front, I still had a very pleasant walk. It was a lovely sunny day, I ...
... by several people, and I arranged a small buffet of savoury things to have as well. I made my own version of the sliced tomato, mozzarella and pesto salad that Kate had at Tempo Pizza on our birthday weekend. I also had very thin and long dried sausage that curves into loops, three different types of Pringles-type crisps, Greek-style tzaziki, ...
I only had that one class today so I came back as soon as it finished at 11.15. We had lunch a bit early. Then I looked in my guidebook and found out that apparently the places I wanted us to go to in Arbanasi would be closed for the winter. We decided to go there anyway, just in case they weren't, but we waited quite a long time for a taxi and eventually we decided just to carry on into Tsarevets Fortress instead.
... of their heads, whilst widows were dressed in black. On Sunday we noticed both men and women dressed in colourful traditional costumes, walking to church - almost all orthodox churches. The Izei valley was lined with small peasant villages and there is a lot of traditional wood carving, rug making and glass painting. Sighetu Marmatiei (known by the locals as Sighet) is the main town in the area but we only spent a couple ...