Drove a trip to Solnik to see how it was. It was really overgrown. No sheep or horses have grazed there this spring. In return, the honey bees grazed over the uncut meadow. This means that we have to go and buy a mower, and the local hardware store was visited. Luckily he speaks English so there is no problem. After lunch we went home and bathed in the pool that we still have for ourselves. We have found that the butcher shop, the fishmonger and vegetables are sold on every street corner so the opportunities to obtain good raw materials are definitely present.
Today I had to get my work clothes out from the washing machine that stopped working yesterday afternoon. There are many who wants to wash their clothes and bags of clothes is standing in line. I thought the fuse had gone, but the service man called my doorbell this morning and wanted me to take…
After the trip to Varna and the dentist it was time for some cleaning in the garden. The pergola is in bad shape, so I will discuss with Maya from Bulgarian home care tomorrow what to do with this. We will meet Maya tomorrow in Varna 10:30.
Today at 11 we get a new car driven to Obzor. This is a loan car and we have to change again after further information.
Today I decided to explore the hiking opportunities in the area around Solnik. Solnik is not far from the Balkan mountains that separate the border between Varna and Burgas. I knew this had to be a suitable place for hiking, but I did not quite know where to start. Not much hiking is recorded in…
At 09.08 we drove to Solnik where Zdravka, a construction engineer from Varna, and Evgueni, together with his wife Roumi, were waiting for us. The building engineer named Svetlana had to inspect the farm to take aim and form an impression of the place. They discussed back and forth in Bulgarian, and Evgueni translated roughly….