30 Days and Counting

I cannot believe how fast the last 42 days have gone. This is makes me a little nervous, as I now have less time than I thought I had. There is still lots to do!

I also better get my Bulgarian Dictionary and phrase books. I had hoped to have learned some Bulgarian, but so far I can order beer and say thank you.

According to the TripAdvisor there are exactly 112 things to do in Sofia. I wonder if I will have time to do all 112 things. I wonder how many things there are to do in Vancouver? Hopefully, there is a similarly large and odd number of options.

Anyway according the the website:

“Surrounded by sprawling parkland, Sofia, the capital and largest city of the Republic of Bulgaria, lies at the foot of popular ski mountain, Vitosha. With a history that stretches over seven millennia, ruin-rich Sofia is one of Europe’s oldest cities. The National Historical Museum is one of Eastern Europe’s most extensive. Wide, cobblestone boulevards, charming boutiques and truly electrifying nightlife star in this city of 1.3 million. Trolleys, trams and buses traverse the dynamic city.”

I hope when I die that I don’t have to come back as a travel writer. I do love the phrase “ruin-rich Sofia.”

One comment on “30 Days and Counting”

  1. Bobby Herron says:

    I’m wondering how to contact you. I would like you and my name is scott to come to our festival in Courtenay June 7th. We’ll pay your expenses, accommodations and connect you with people while you’re here. We’re hoping you can do some random (or not) performance pieces.


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