finding out why constantinople got the works

take the 9tm, 64 and then hike-hike-hike

Posted in bulgaria by jlm2dy on April 11, 2011

get your snow chains, and start the climb

finally find the monastery, 5 unexpected kilometers later

and chill out

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play in plovdiv

Posted in bulgaria by jlm2dy on April 10, 2011

amid the second largest city in bulgaria (400,000 residents): a mix of ottoman [that they call ‘national revival’], secular, preservation and decay

transitions

Posted in bulgaria by jlm2dy on April 10, 2011

still, sedentary [conference coffee]

start stirring [bulgarian friday night]

[i still don’t know what this is about, except something ‘traditional’]

national history museum, sofia

Posted in bulgaria by jlm2dy on April 10, 2011

a slew of surprises in sofia, bulgaria

Posted in bulgaria by jlm2dy on April 10, 2011

alexander nevsky cathedral, circa 1921

the scaffold…and the stage

a fleet of bears in the city central, one for each nation

missing our skippy

Posted in bulgaria, vermont by jlm2dy on April 8, 2011


skipwich, noaa, boo and i (and momma and daddy too) miss you terribly. eat loads of spaghetti for us.

academic enrichment seminar : sofia, bulgaria

Posted in bulgaria by jlm2dy on April 7, 2011


to be continued on sunday!