As they say, good things come to those who wait, and by the time we had reached our destination we were all ready for a cold drink. The organisers had even sorted out menus and what food and drinks would be available. Everything had been priced beforehand so there was no likelihood of there being any creative accounting. So once we had got our drinks sorted out we checked out the food. I have to admit to being quite partial to chips, and I have been known to partake of cheesie chips on an odd occasion or three. Lo and behold there they were on the menu. So armed with cold drinks and something to eat we found somewhere to stand and take note of what was going on round us.
One thing I will say is that if you are not staying there the night then take a torch with you, or get a taxi down the hill. When we left it was pitch black, and not much of a moon to illuminate the way down. Rather than try cutting through the woods and tripping over tree roots and bushes we decided that it would be safer following the road down. Part of the way down the road forks and a marshaller was there to direct pedestrians off one way and taxis another. We had know idea where we were going as it wasn't the way that we went up. We went round a corner and nearly collided with a bloke in dark clothing going the other way without a torch. It was like meeting an extra from a Zombie Acopolypse, as he just seemed to appear out of nowhere.
So how to sum up the first Bojur Fest. It was a great night, good music, a good crowd of people out to enjoy themselves, what more could you want from a really well organised rock festival? Even though this was the first one in Gorna Oriahovitsa, I certainly hope that it will not be the last. If any of the organisers ever get to read this you have my thanks and my congratulations on putting on a great event, and hopefully there will be more in the future.