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... We are optimistic that it will be a quick and painless experience. We are wrong.
*We are forced to pay a fine for the second time of our trip – the first one being paid in Slovakia a few days ago. Romanian officials ask us to produce a Vignette receipt – basically proof that we have paid road tax whilst in Romania. Apparently we should have bought a valid vignette at the border where we entered Romania. We actually crossed into Romania at ...
... they managed to get in a fight during a gig
Watching my friend get hosed down to move him on from his drunken slumber
And taking my friends on a 1 hour detour one day to try and find a pizza place i swore and hyped up was the best i had ever tried the night before, only to realise that when tasting it during the day the alcohol had contributed greatly to my opinion of the pizza...it turned out to be one of the worst we had all ever eaten!
... went through a national park which was a huge oak forest, very peaceful. 90min later, sticking carefully to the speed limits, we hear there are sneaky police round every corner waiting to fine you for speeding and we witnessed the man who overtook us earlier being stopped, we arrived in the old town of Sozopol and are now in our modern hotel with, as you can see, a blue sea view; very nice to. The town is ...
... children; including giving out shoeboxes at the Christmas parties she and her husband organise.
Upon arrival at Burgas, we met with our friend Jello who had organised three visits for us to three very different institutions. The first was an orphanage for children aged 3-7 in Sredets. Sadly we were not allowed to take pictures but the children were very excited and recited the poetry they had learned ...
... This museum is situated in an old house, so going in allows one to see the layout and design of the old houses. The lower level was used as barn and storage. The upper level had the living quarters. This house had a few rooms upstairs. Each of the rooms had a small display, most of which talked about the conflict between Greek inhabitants and Bulgarian refugees after Bulgaria lost the Second Balkan War and World War I. They also talked about the main occupations of ...