Location: Pamporovo, Bulgaria
Last week we took a trip to the mountains with a rather cool ride. We collaborated with Mercedes-Benz for a travel experience with the new X Class – the first ever MB truck. And it was obvious it’s something very new, because many people looked at the vehicle, not a few asked about it.
However, despite there was no snow as we anticipated, we did have a great time with the car. Personally, this was my first time on a truck, but I guess it’s not the typical truck car. Apart from having a big luggage space, I couldn’t tell the difference, meaning it still felt very luxe.
Truth is the X Class is the perfect vehicle for free spirited and adventurous people, who like no boundaries. Funnily, just like my son! (He’s Sagittarius which would explain it well.) Alexander was very cute, because he was so impressed. He even brought a mini truck toy with us. Not to mention that he used every opportunity to jump on the driver’s seat and pretend he’s driving. You know, boys always get excited about cars. :)
We also enjoyed some quality time outside, playing around and running. Alex and I even found a spot with ice and pretended to be ice skating. It may not seems as the most exciting thing in the world, but when he started laughing, it felt like the best thing. Kids really help appreciate little joys in life. ♥
When it comes to Pamporovo and entertainment, it isn’t the best place for non-skiers. I would agree to go back only with ski equipment, to be honest. So, this is definitely a useful tip for you. Ron used to go skiing there and said the slopes are great. Hopefully, next year when Alex is 4, we will finally hire a ski teacher for him, and manage to enjoy the snow ride. It turned out that a very kind girl and follower of mine is a ski teacher there, so we have this sorted out already! :)
However, this time we did enjoy the sunsets and the scenery in Pamporovo – just what the three of us need to experience more often. Must have said this previously, but I’m really getting tired with the big city, and every time I get closer to nature, it literally recharges me.
If you are interested, you can take a look at the short video we created from our trip.