Twenty-two days in Bulgaria. My favorite vacation of all time. The capital city, Sofia, was my home base during my stay, with multiple excursions spent out in the countrysides. Beautiful People, Country, and Memories. Thank you Lucy, Vasco, and Sasha. I will be back someday!
Bulgaria is a beautiful country. Pristine rivers run through the Balkan and Rhodope mountain ranges, flowing across the Thracian plains, finally reaching the Black Sea. Its bordering neighbors include Macedonia, Serbia, Romania, Greece and Turkey. The country is about the size of Tennessee, with a population of nearly 7.5 million people. The cities have a very vibrant, modern feel about them. Venture out into the countryside and you’re very likely to find an older couple, sitting alongside of the road, proudly hawking yogurt, wine, potatoes and onions, all produced on their family’s farm. Continue reading Bulgaria (Part Two)