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Hilli looks up a blog to find that seriously good wool is to be found in Mother Bulgaria's Square in Varna.... but, in the event, MBS proves a lot harder to find than casino-hotels in this favourite watering hole for Russians. We stop to ask at the desk of one of these monsters and a nice young man directs Hilli to the squares around the court house. Hmmm. Guy and the Raven then enjoy a happy hour in the shade watching the world go by while an ...
... rural border zone. No-one mentioned this legal requirement and we certainly did not notice any signs. But ignorance is no excuse and does not let us off the hook.
*We are marched off to a back office & our precious car documents are taken. We have committed an offence for which there will be a fine of 250 euros. Romania suddenly seems
very expensive. In actual fact, it is a set up. Andy is able to negotiate the rate down to 50 euros ...
The small hotel in Ecebat, the Villa Casa, was delightful and it had wonderful garden where we ate a small picnic supper after the very nice fish lunch we had. After a warm night spent in the garden drinking the local wine (the Sulva vineyard was 300m from the house) and very good too....
We didn't get up quite as early as we planned but were still away by 9.30. The drive up to the Bulgarian border ...
... pasta meal. It was followed by a cake that we had bought. Things were just so cheap it was impossible to say no! I made my mom proud and had cake for breakfast the next morning too! Dinner the next night was fish bought fresh from the market. We experimented with cooking it... in a frying pan in the oven. It turned out great. Then we bought out the entire bakery for dessert! I might have gained 10 lbs!
... attractions. The photos tell some of the story. Then after eight days in Istanbul we sadly said goodbye to Janice and Pam and headed to Edirne on 27/7, which is two and a half hours by bus north west of Istanbul. (Janice and Pam headed to Gallipoli and Cappadocia before they returned to Australia. We didn't join them as we spent time in Gallipoli and Cappadocia in 2008.) The bust trip to Edrine was a bit of a hoot. The bus companies employ staff to serve refreshments so when the ...