Elenite Holiday Village
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... there has been a boom in Japanese tourists in Bulgaria since the '80s. Some liked Bulgaria so much that they decided to stay, partly for the weather and partly for the rakia. In fact, one Bulgarian landlord complained that his Japanese tenants not only didn't pay their rent, they also drank all his rakia!
A recent rose-related craze among Japanese women is to take rose oil pills. Then if they sweat, they smell of roses. Stefan says he tried ...
... took into account the beverages we sip at the end of a day.
The countryside was very pretty – gently rolling hills and some higher ‘blue’ mountains on the horizon. Sunset was also a gentle process with a pastel sky which lasted for quite a long time.
Back on the main road which was reasonable but had some unexpected warped surfaces, we decided that with dusk approaching, we should stick to the biggest road ...
... what was nice, passed a group of cyclists from Slovakia. Sometimes, it's nice to meet people from your own country while travelling.
Today, we were literally stopping nowhere except for coffee breaks (and you know, posting pics on facebook. Good news- OMV gas stations have wifi!).
We did go to Bucharest as planned, however we just drove through, looking around from the car. By actually stopping to walk around, we'd ...
... 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. ...
We left Plovdiv for a long day on the bus to the city of Nesebar on the Black Sea. After a two hour drive we arrived in Stefan's hometown of Kazanlak in the Valley of the Roses. Here they manufacture 90% of the world's rose oil. The roses were done blooming, but we passed FIELDS of sunflowers and lavender. Gorgeous!! Also a couple of wagons pulled by horses with pom poms. Roma people. In Kazanlak we went to the Thracian Museum and then visited two Thracian tombs. One ...