Helena Sands Hotel
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... to have unsuitable weather. Still, I likely wouldn't have gone down to the beach anyway, so I can't complain (although the wind is giving me wild gypsy hair).
Our walking tour started just feet from our hotel at St. John church, a cruciform church with a chimney-like dome built … erm, absolutely eons ago. It's now used as an art gallery and was never actually consecrated. We then stopped in front of the similar-looking medieval church ...
Our morning started with a drive through the Balkan Range. There are fields and copses and acres of sunflowers, all with their heads bowed, and then suddenly a small, depressing village where dogs guard junk yards and other places that you can't imagine anyone even wanting to break into. The houses are in disrepair or abandoned altogether, and small public squares are overgrown with weeds, almost as if any civic pride ended when Communism did. On the other hand, ...
... again the apron widened to accommodate 12 lanes. What they didn’t indicate was there were fewer booths. As luck would have it we were in a ‘boothless’ lane. A riot almost ensued as vehicles from our lane filtered into the adjacent one. We were so impressed with a mature Turkish man who was returning to The Netherlands. There was young chap, clearly spoiling for a fight and the older one tolerated it for a while and then firmly told ...
... me because instead of Bulgaria, today's trip would be to a hospital to make sure I was alright. Have you ever tried explaining a puppy you don't wanna play?
So what did I do most of the morning? Tried to run away (literally!) from two wild puppies. And you know what friends do when they see you running for your life? No, they don't help you, not at all. They ******* take pictures! :D :D
We left after a quick ...
... 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. ...