Nurse Jane and I enjoyed a pleasurable time in Bulgaria recently. There are a huge number of abandoned sites in, and slowly but surely I’ll bring them to you here on abandoned journey. Really, Bulgaria is an Urbex paradise. In any case, the trip out to Buzludzha was a highlight of my year for sure. We were shown around the country, and the building, by one of the world’s most infamous urbex professionals. Thanks chap, great service.
Well, I should mention a little more about Bulgaria, but alas, I was drunk most of the time – those people really know how to drink. Bizarrely, I disovered a new love of Irish Guiness beer. And, being a retired physicist, I can tell you that bubbles moving down in a glass, as opposed to up, is quite the conundrum. No matter how many pints I finished off (my best effort was 14), the puzzle became no more clear to me.
Bulgaria was indeed was a land of mysteries. After a few pints, I pondered the ends of rainbows. Is there an end? Do rainbows touch the ground? What if it’s a double rainbow? What does it mean? What does it mean? I am fairly certain that there is no pot of gold.
Well, I have clearly had, once again, one too many Irish beers. Perhaps it’s time for me to call Nurse Jane and tuck old Dr Snaffler into bed. Dearest fans, enjoy the photos of Buzludzha, as much as I enjoyed exploring this incredible monument.
Until next time,
Dr Hank Snaffler Jr.
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