I started day 2 a little later than the previous two days. After two late nights it was pretty difficult to drag myself out of bed. The presentation seemed to go down well. I managed to talk a little slower this time. I spent a some time after talking with some of the attendees, about some topics raised in the presentation, which is always good.
In the evening we went out to dinner were I was educated in the intricacies of the Bulgarian language as well as some of the marriage customs. You never know when this type of information will come in handy. I’ve added some picture of the event to the previous Picasa folder here. My favorite photo is the following one, simply because Tanya (on the left) will die when she sees it.
Day 3 started with a little surprise… Snow…
When I arrived the view from my window was this.
When I left it was this.
So I got to see summer and winter in one visit. Cool!
I would like to say a big thank you to Milena and the rest of the BGOUG team for inviting me and running such a great event. It was a lot of fun and felt more like a family get together (without the fights) than a conference. I’d also like to thank Sve and Maria who helped me every step of the way, acting as driver, translators, tour guides etc.
I’m in Frankfurt airport now on my way home. It will be nice to get back to normal for a week, before my OU course in Slovakia, but I’m sure this isn’t the last time I’ll visit Bulgaria.