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... soon fading into the distance as the track bends with the curve of the valley, is strangely comforting. I remember mistaking the noise it made for the drums of a procession in the first week I was here. It doesn't sound like UK trains at all (not that I'm an expert, of course).
I could tell that people don't often cross this bridge on foot, because the steps and path down the side of the hill to the crossing were very overgrown. Trees and undergrowth almost obscured ...
... hit us. I've never seen so much lightning before! I just stood at my bedroom windows and watched both sheet and forked lightning strike the hills opposite. It was well after dark by now so every time lightning flashed, for a split second it lit up everything within my panoramic viewpoint. Some went dangerously close to the village of Arbanasi - I hope they were OK.
... marriage. Both S and I drank from it!
The fountain was opposite Daskalov House, the beautiful house museum with the carved suns in the roof that I had been to back in January. I had a sit down while the others went in.
Another drink at a another café followed, before we left Tryavna and went on to Bozhentsi, a small village about five km away as the crow flies but actually about 20 km to drive due to the roundabout route you have to take through the ...
... the school closes then). The week after that I'll definitely be given more classes to add to these.
I bought some vegetables at a fruit and veg market on Wednesday; although I hadn't intended to get quite so many, I ended up with a sackful of red peppers! Peppers and aubergines seem to be the main vegetables in season here right now. I don't think I've ever seen such large aubergines before. Walnuts also seem to be very popular here. The ...
... lookout, making out that he would protect us against anything, when he was, in fact, a little pussy. We continued our attempts to rid of him, in fact we nearly succeeded when Mr Buddy was distracted by a group of Bulgarian teenage boys. But even after we had run down a tight set of stairs and down into another steep lane-way, it didn't take long for Mr Buddy to find us again.
We were still laughing and passing the bottle of wine around, taking large gulps and yelling ...
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