So that was the skiing portion, ummm hello, are you awake??!?
Only thing we have left is the Apres Ski, and let’s just say you won’t get bored, the hotel Perelik has loads of activities to keep
you entertained after a hard day of skiing or hard day of watching people ski.
Here’s a brief summary:
Bowling Alley - Only £4 a game but looked proper knackered, I suspect this
is the only bowling alley to hire ball boys as the electronic components are still to be installed
Games Room - Some how it’s the only arcade to still wait for Playstation 1 games to be ported and has a snooker room which should have
a madame hosting, very red and black with tassels if you get my drift…
Sauna & Massage parlour - Well I can guarantee you’ll get the best massage here, everyone seems to have massive hands here so no knot, crick or
fat person to hard to reach in this place
Surgery - if you want medical attention you got it, if you want medication you need to head 1/2 mile to ski centre 1, I’m not joking
Swimming Pool and Gym - Pool
was good length, with the oldest lifeguard, I would probably have to rescue him. The Gym, how can I put it, it was somehow modern yet retro, very confident this is where they filmed the training scenes with Dolph Lundgren in Rocky IV.
Centre if you need those last min skiing bits, and nothing else. Only you fancy a chat and smoke with the shop owner, she couldn’t stop
The Pub - that seriously is it’s name, yet they have a club called addict, why stop the
creativity there?!? Friendly staff and only place to get a decent coffee and the widest range of hot cocktails. Note the word cocktail is sued very loosely here, it’s basically 2 drinks put together you won’t be getting any Black Russians here.
Conference Hall - Pretty self explanatory, you can hire it if you fancy getting some teddy bears, chairs and 80s album. Get your partner to reenact Dirty Dancing with you
Travel Agents - If you get desperate and want to leave (jokes…
Bar - You know you’ll end up here
Also they have a traditional food night in the buffet once a week, this is the food they have in the mountain regions. We are in the glorious mountains
Why oh why are we eating earthly peasant food?!? (insert posh scoff) Why did they not grace with the adorable food from day 1?!?! I will gladly swap a vacuum packed chicken breast slopped in mystery gravy for gently roasted feta bread or Kebapche (that’s
Kebab or Kebob, for you meat enthusiast).
I can’t forget we had ANOTHER incident where we were searching the village for somewhere to get breakfast and after finding nothing, we were stopped by the police. Well the police
saw me, got in his car, drove past us, glared at me and then stopped 200m in front of us to jump out and ask us where we were going and where’s our passports!!! Uh abusing your authority mister!!! But again Red Rule, he had a mean handsome face and bulging
arms, yes throw me in prison and visit me at night …officer, wink wink!!
Well lovelies I hoped you enjoyed this blog, inspire of what I’ve written you need to take it with a pinch of salt..and lemon… and
2 tequilas. Bulgaria was fun, awkward, relaxing, painful and overall enjoyable. Book away people and get down those slopes :)
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Love Marvo (that’s right I’m sharing the love now ) :) xxx
P.S If you play Scrabble with Andy, prepare for yourself to start feeling the ageing process,
I think I wrote most of my clip notes for this blog while I waited for him to put his 11 point word down….uuurrrgggghhhhh!!! HURRY UP!!