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The mini-fridge in my room makes a lot of noise, especially when it cycles on. It woke me up at 3:00 a.m. when my brain interpreted the "on" sound as something crashing through my window.
Breakfast was pretty simple: meats, cheeses, breads, and that's about it. No juice even, but at least there was tea.
It was just starting to rain a bit when we started out this morning, and it was very windy too. Just our luck to be at a beach ...
... is rather lovely, though nothing out of the ordinary.
We passed through the Valley of the Thracian Kings, a/k/a The Valley of Roses. Kazanluk, our destination, is smack in the middle of this valley. Roses are a big deal in Bulgaria, as 60 percent of the world's rose products come from here. The harvest is over 40 days from May to June, and there are three varieties grown. A skilled picker can pick 50 kilos of rose petals a day, and it takes ...
... again the apron widened to accommodate 12 lanes. What they didn’t indicate was there were fewer booths. As luck would have it we were in a ‘boothless’ lane. A riot almost ensued as vehicles from our lane filtered into the adjacent one. We were so impressed with a mature Turkish man who was returning to The Netherlands. There was young chap, clearly spoiling for a fight and the older one tolerated it for a while and then firmly told ...
... And we spent money on ours *sigh*.
We finished the bottle of vodka we had from Ukraine, got the tents ready and went for a swim in the sea. First of all- it was barely a sea. It wasn't salty :(
Another thing- almost got a heart attack while swimming. Remember how I mentioned I don't like deep water? Well, after couple of minutes, I finally figured I can swim a bit further- where I can't reach the bottom. No big deal. So ...
... with beautiful frescoes. Churches dated from the 13-14th century. Then we were on our own to shop! We had a nice lunch overlooking the harbor. Tonite is our group happy hour. Tomorrow we are on the road again to another town on the Black Sea-Varna. ...