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... load us onto the buses to take us to our plane and it continues to get worse, and we all are looking at each other like there is no way we are flying. After waiting in the buses for 15 minutes, we drive out to the plane, where we wait for 10 minutes before turning around and heading back to the terminal to wait out the storm, the logical course of action in everyone's opinion. Wait for another hour or so before loading back up and heading to the ...
... and grey. The hotel and its ground-level cafe were closed for renovations, but the proprietors still allowed visitors to enjoy the terrace for a fee of 5 Bulgarian Lev (~3 USD) per person. It was a nice warm day in the city but it was cooler and quite windy up here, so we stayed just long enough to snap some photos.My dad and I reminisced about a hiking trip in the mountain back in the day, probably 20 years ago or so, when we got stuck at Kopitoto waiting for a city bus to ...
... albeit quirky, we enjoyed his style. He did abandon his constant stream of humor to end on a note of deep sincerity. "Be happy. Only you are responsible for your happiness. Live your life, and let others live theirs." It appears that Sofia not only stands for wisdom, it also represents happiness...as it should because at this currency conversion rate, it would be a piece of cake to live so happily.
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With my late arrival and running errands with my parents for a couple of days, it wasn't until today that I got to finally venture out more and start visiting with all my friends.
My first visit with my friend Slavy, whom I've known since 1998. Since I last saw her, she got married and had twins. I went to her house in the early afternoon and although we thought we had a couple of hours to ...
... in the Middle East or the harsh conditions on East Africa. Some of the teenagers had no parents and found themselves in a foriegn country with no family connections and and very little outside help except that provided by a few small organisations who work on their behalf. The kids were all delighted with their presents and despite the huge clash of cultures in the room we were able to see and feel how grateful the children and parents were for ...