Travel Blogs from Yambol
I'm here for one year now.
The official finish date is 11.06.2012. Except two buildings, which have been started later and need "special care". And we will make it. But see the progress.
The most time I was working here and despite 2 x 3 days with my son and my exwife, I had no holidays here, but I meet a bunch of nice people, who will stay in my mind.
And I'm really excited about my next destination, where ever it will be.
... radio tower we were treated to more nice wooded trails and scenic mountain countryside.
We found a little cafe/restaurant in the resort area and eventually found the windiest spot on the mountain for our picnic lunch. Actually, it was just getting windier and windier as the afternoon wore on. A bit chilly too since we weren't really prepared ...
... rich canopies with vibrant colors ranging from deep greens to fiery reds. There were a number of towns among the trees which presented potential rest stops for us and gave us some of the flavor of the country. The car was pretty comfortable and, even though I didn't appreciate it until later, the roads were great for the first part of the journey.
As the forests whizzed by I saw a gradual transition to fields and ...
Short noticed by a friend, I packed my remaining stuff and four days later I was in the plane from MUC to SOF.
I was picked up by a driver, and three hrs and 280 km further I checked in the hotel. 10 min later we drove to the site.
It will be a training camp for the US army.
Let's see, what going on there.
... as opposed to an alarm clock. Sharon made a mammoth banitsa (goats cheese, yoghurt and filo pastry) for breakfast and waiting round round for it was worth it.
It was hard leaving, I could have spent months with Steve and Sharon. They definitely convinced me to take my travelling at a slower place and also to do house sitting. I think I will try this for a few months at some point (mindmyhouse.com).
The ride today hit mountains and took about 9 hours. ...