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... were buying stuff for tonight's happy hour: I bought a container of olives stuffed with something (might be almonds) and a package of almond biscuits. I also got a Kinder Surprise, as this is the first time I've seen them this trip. (Hi, Yvonne!)
We were both hungry and dying for a bathroom by that time, so we went back to the restaurant with the kind tout and ate there, right on the Black Sea. I had tagliatelle with blue cheese (average) ...
... it's got chariot races, which are generally depicted on funerary art.
We had our lunch at a Russian church a little way outside of town in Shipka. We have now seen 100% of the Russian churches in the country. This particular church is here because there were Russian troops here at one time fighting a war against the Turks. It's huge compared to the little Russian church in Sofia. It has beautiful golden onion domes and pretty painted walls. I didn't ...
... so using our European Road Atlas we set off for Burgas.
We took a signed turning. The road was initially good having been recently resurfaced (courtesy EU funds) however after the first village it became almost unusable. We turned in a field and headed back. This gave us a second look at our first Bulgarian village. It was just before dusk at the end of a golden summer day. The only residents we saw were ‘seniors’. They were sitting ...
... least the beer was good. Someone then had a „great“ idea to get rakia. I was done after the first shot, but the boys looked like they liked it for some reason.
Leaving the town right before midnight, they got a bottle of rakia, I got a bottle of gin and we spent 3 more hours sitting on the beach, smoking shisha, playing drinking games. Of course they drank the whole bottle. Do I even need to say I had to drive the next ...
... 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. ...