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... a P=R for instance) it becomes easier to read the road signs.
*Again we choose to drive a rural route in a South East direction. The countryside is undulating and fertile – we still see acres of sunflowers, but now also some wheat
cultivation and vineyards. We pass through villages and notice how many empty houses
seem to have been left to deteriorate. An indication perhaps that younger
generations have left for bigger towns & ...
Highlights that come to mind are Jamie's pants being blown off the line during the night. Then in the morning heading out to the market to buy a fishing rod to reel them back in and succeeding!
Going on a dodgy banana boat for the first time and finding ourselves surrounded by jellyfish while we fought to hold on for dear life.
Managing to haggle when drunk for one piece of Donner meat
Managing to balance on someones ...
... 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 ...
... blokes looked a bit teary! One gent compared Rich to St Nicholas and it does feel a bit like playing Father Christmas when you go into a darkened room where folk are sleeping and you leave Christmas shoeboxes on their bedside tables for when they wake...
Here are some pics and a video will follow.
Tomorrow we have more distributions in Burgas and then head back west, visiting more orphanages on our way.
... had ended. (My favorite money-changer was a guy in black leather jacket, standing next to a silver Mercedes, with a sign saying, "Money exchange. No mafia." Yeah, right.)
We didn’t really have a plan, although we knew that there were a number of churches that were worth visiting. In the first church, we were able to buy tickets to five sites for 12 Lev, which was a small savings (but a savings is a savings). The five sites included three churches ...