Category Archive: Veliko Tarnovo

A Postcard From Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

Hello Everyone! At the moment you find us in a little town in Bulgaria called Veliko Tarnovo. Veliko Tarnovo used to be the capital during the second Bulgarian empire but after the Ottoman’s… Continue reading

Rock climbing…for dummies!!!

This heading is obviously referring to the inexperienced people, that is kelly and I, who signed up to do outdoor rock climbing today. we have no experience in indoor climbing let alone pulling… Continue reading

Review: We Experienced our First Climb in Veliko Tarnovo with Cliff from Trinity Rocks Farm

Whether you have only just started rock climbing or you’ve never done it before, or perhaps you are a seasoned pro needing some guidance, Cliff at Trinity Rocks Farm is the dude that… Continue reading

Food Review – Bulgarian Food (Date Night at a Local Bulgarian Restaurant)

Bulgarian Food has had some mixed reviews from people that we have spoken to. Some love it, others not so much. We have tried a few snacks here and there but last night… Continue reading

How To: (1 Tip to) Not Let Budget Travel Take Over Your Life Completely

Sometimes, we must admit, we get very bogged down in trying to save every cent we can while we are on the road. We over think, over calculate, over speculate and pretty much… Continue reading

Never knew I could be so tired that I couldn’t feel my arms and legs…I damn sure felt my heart beat though!

Today we splurged and went rock climbing and OH MY GOD it was sooo worth it! Rock climbing was seriously one of the hardest, scariest yet most exhilarating things I have ever done!… Continue reading

When Travelers Go Bad – What You Might Not See…

Sometimes when you are traveling you get a bit sick and tired. It’s hot. You’re sweaty. Walking seems to take forever. You’re travel partner is annoying the hell out of you… Sometimes this… Continue reading

Veliko Tarnovo Fortress – Tsarevets Fortress

This fortress, similarly to the one in Belgrade, was full of open space and quite large. Unlike the old towns of other eastern european countries these fortresses are full of room and areas… Continue reading