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... search of work. We also observe
how often the Bulgarian flag flies proudly alongside that of the EU. We conclude
they are happy to be part of our community! And with such useful projects as
the one for technical checking of vehicles, who can blame them? ( See photo). We spot a solitary wind turbine, inactive of course, and wonder whether it is also the product of an EU subsidy….
*We have a late picnic breakfast at Basarbova Rock ...
... as for most of us it was our first holiday away without the parents. I would like to think we did make an actual effort to factor in some cultural activities.However when we arrived we realised pretty quickly that wasn't going to be the case.
This holiday was fun as although i drank a lot i was still reasonably sensible, i think this came from it being my first holiday away from my parents and i must have felt them looking over my shoulder the ...
... tourist destination but clearly in May it's too early and the place looks pretty empty and sea is cold judging by the screams we can hear from the beach.Tomorrow we drive north again to Balchik, lets be honest only really to play golf! But I see it has a botanic garden so I shall give that a visit. Climatically we have gone back a month and the wild flowers were just splendid in the national park (Annie). ...
... we gave out presents. Next up was a protected home for adults with severe mental health problems. The residents were really happy to receive their boxes and the team got a lot of hugs and smiles while we were there. Our last visit was to a senior citizen's home. It was very moving to go room by room and give presents to the elderly folk. Claire was giving a box to one lady who insisted upon singing a song, even some ...
We returned to the port and a shuttle was waiting for us. It departed 2 minutes after we got on board; immigration was again quite efficient. We went immediately upstairs to get cranberry juice to enjoy a sundowner. Our view was of the industrial port and the red wafer sun setting through the thick haze of the city. My eyes burned from the smog, and Paul said, “It’s very Bladerunner.” So right.