Travel Blogs from Yambol
... mountaın pass, saw ıt approach us and before we knew ıt we had reached the top! A touch underwhelmıng for better or worse (dependıng on who you talk to). The scenery was stunnıng agaın and nothıng but trees and mountaın tops for mıles. There was a bıt more clımbıng to be done and then we descended ...
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.
... it would have required releasing the death grip I had on the chairlift pole.
The scenery at the top as beautiful. Nice trails with woods and meadows.
Also some incredible views
We found an abandoned building attached to the big radio tower at the top. Around on side there is a metal ramp that Margie says is used ...
... and gypsies which actually moved at quite a good pace along with brick walls surrounding the houses creating a patchwork of very efficient gardens. The roads got worse and soon we were down to two, very dangerous lanes. The farmland gave way to the village and soon we were avoiding the craterous pot-holes that covered the road. Finally, after taking the long way around the village, we arrived at my aunt's house. What a drive!
Friend needed some help and I was glad to make extra cash between regular work, and get a workout. He was obsessive compulsive and I guess why he was willing to pay me such a good wage rather than trust a local into his iron fortress. We'd smuggle in cement bags under the cover of darkness so the neighbours couldn't see what other rich ornaments he was filling his house up ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking