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... good enough and some never got back on skis at all. Even if you decide not to ski, there is plenty more you can do. So when the guys decided to take a break from skiing we took a lift (18 lev return)to get up the hill. It was my dream come true to sit on a lift and go up the mountain. The view was so beautiful! There was a little cafe on top of the mountain where we had some drinks and enjoyed fresh air and the view. Later in the evening we stopped at ...
... the icons from other monastery's around the area, some dating back to 5th century. The next Church we visited had the original construction of a church on the site under glass on the floor, this church had sustained major damage in both World Wars as well as the war of liberation and been rebuilt to resemble the church on the site before the wars. They have left some parts of the repair unrestored so you can see where the damage took place. Central ...
... me to the monastery specialty of doughnuts - he joked about them being better than Dunkin Donuts. They were like fried dough with confectionery sugar and just done and very good.
We went into the church and Krassie bought candles that we lit in front of the iconostasis. It was richly painted and shiny with gold or some metal and quite beautiful with the lit candles. There was one alcove that had the colors redone and it was bright and ...
... The windows tended to be fairly large with 4 panes. Some had decorative wood features but most were fairly plain. There seemed to be fewer houses among the fields. I wonder if the people live in the villages and go out to tend to the fields rather than living in the midst of their fields.
The drive back was faster than the ride there - fewer people getting on and off - so we made it back to the bus station around 7:20. I found my ...
... spend so much time together, though its always nice to introduce someone new into the group for an external influence). We were introduced to Tony and Alan, Tony a native Bulgarian who works as some kind of aircraft engineer, and Alan an American of Bulgarian ethnicity, who owns a business as a horse trainer. We spent the rest of the evening not paying for a single drink (how it pays to be tall and blue eyed….)
The next morning I awoke in the wrong hotel (ahem) and ...