Travel Blogs from Constanta
... a good hour at lunch using the free wifi and enjoying the comfort of some cool air despite the fact many people still smoked at tables and indoor environments. The beach area was something else. There is about 7km of white sandy beaches all with bars, clubs, extravagant seating (couches etc) and loud club music (Yes! at 2pm in the afternoon) and all linked by a cable car which stretches the length of the ...
... Natural highlights along the Danube
-Iron Gates National Park
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Hiro and Junko will return to normal life in Japan from Istanbul. They have eight days before their flight home. Their daughter will fly in from London for the weekend to visit them.
We will stay in ...
... of Constanta, Romania confirmed all of my suspicions!
To be fair, it's not a very interesting part of Romania. I understand that the western part of the country is mountainous and very pretty. (And that's where Transylvania and Count Dracula can be found!) Constanta is the largest commercial port on the Black Sea, with a population of about 400,000. It has an ancient history, founded by Greek traders around 600 BC. Then ...
... the police station, then Pav and Raju drove back to Slovakia to check every service station. A night of little sleep and James went off to the embassy first thing. He got an emergency passport and we booked him a flight back to London. We estimate that within a week he can get a new passport and some priority visas. We dropped him at Budapest airport and then didn't stop driving until we got to Constanta 17 hours later. We drove the ...
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