Flat Out, Part 2
|The lounge, but it could be a squash court.|
|We will have to bring some logs from Kalotina for the fire.|
In our Sofia apartment, the kitchen is a fair old size, big enough for a large table and lots of cupboards, plus we have TWO rather nice bathrooms. Regular readers of my blog will know that we used to live opposite Lianhuacun Park in Shenzhen and that was really convenient and very good for walks. Here in Sofia, our apartment is right opposite the park and in fact the park is one of a chain of green spaces that goes right into the heart of Sofia, as far as the NDK.
|It'stime to get a dog because we are right next to the park!|
We have already made two trips from Kalotina, fetching all manner of bits and pieces, so the apartment is beginning to look more homely. Today we drove back and collected the TV from our sitting room. I had forgotten how heavy it is. In the evening, Nina and Angel, the owners of the apartment, came round to make sure that our double bed was repaired properly. The night before, the centre part of the bed had collapsed, creating a sort of sleeper's sinkhole. Anyway, their nephew came with them and he did some major repair work to the frame of the bed and now it seems much firmer and capable of doing its job.
|The huge entrance hall.|
Another interesting thing that happened yesterday was the arrival of my teaching timetable for St. George's. It looks as though I am going to have quite a lot of spare time, at least to start with. Then someone will be ill and I will down for "cover" for a week or two. Ho hum!