We spent a lovely weekend driving around Bulgaria. We went to several towns; Plovdiv, Asenovgrad, Gala Lakatnik, and many other small villages. We rented a car and had the experience of driving on normal petroleum and then liquefied gasoline. Interesting.
A small house in a canyon, our view from buying some honey and jam from a local farmer.
The roadside display of honey and jam, about 8 USD per half liter of any jar.
A view from the devil's throat. A cave with a 42 meter (138.6 feet) waterfall inside. There are many stories with this cave, dating back to Greek Mythology.
Gordon and I outside the cave, posing.
A nice view of the canyon.
Walking through the wilderness with crazy Bulgarians.
Hold on, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...
A waterfall .The beautiful city of Plovdiv.
Knock, Knock- is anyone home?... an old house in Plovdiv
Walking to church on Sunday.
A home partly built upon an old palace wall.
A museum housing old relics from the Ottoman Empire uprise.
An old Greek amphitheater.
Driving through the country side on some back roads.
Horse racing outside of Sofia.
Homes in the countryside.
Moooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo! Now, let me eat my grass, crazy tourists!
Bahhhhhhhhhhhhh, run! They have a camera and they are using it!
A pristine view of Gala Lakatnik.
They have left the nest.
What's in here? Maybe I should poke it with a stick?
Do you see the little red house on the cliff side?
The lizard capturing cat!
and no, this was not our rental car...