Chaika Beach Hotel
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they enter a UK port. After all, except for the Euro tunnel there is no other
way of driving into our country. On departure from a UK port it could be checked that the appropriate vignette amount had been paid. If not, let them be fined! Mr Cameron & Mr Clegg what are you waiting for?
*Entering Bulgaria we have a new set of maps and a new language to read. Bulgarian is a Slavic language using the Cyrillic alphabet.Once you get used to ...
... 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 ...
... I think the first border guard we came to was asleep. It took us about 1.30hrs to get through with most of the discussion on the Turkish side. Officials are continually confused, not surprisingly perhaps, by the Export Plates and car registration. They clearly couldn't find the car in their system and we got passed around four guys until one who did something the others did not, and the only one could speak ...
Today the Christmas box team took the highway East 250 miles to Burgas to begin our distributions. On the way, we stopped to see our old friend Marianna Dimitrova, who is an ex-pupil of Lipnitsa Orphanage/School. The Trussell Trust worked together with Mr Petkov, Lipnitsa's headteacher, to help Marianna escape an abusive family situation. It's really good to see her with a family of her own now and working in her village ...
... it was a lovely, lovely, warm and clear day. Old town Nessebur used to be an island, but it was connected by an isthmus over 150 years ago (not quite sure when). We crossed the isthmus and found ourselves in the charming, though touristic, town of Nessebur. The ground floor of all the buildings in the main part of town are full of shops selling tourist items, moneychangers, bars, and restaurants. Over half, however, were closed, probably because it was so far after ...