Kamelia Garden Apartments
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... fairground, fastfood stalls and the Bulgarian equivalent of kiss me quick hats.
*No surprise then that we pick the latter for a sunset supper of fresh fish. If you go to Sozopol, the street where the best restaurants can be found is Ul Morksu Skali.
* Our hotel is a 30 minute walk out of the old town, with a small swimming pool and good sea views. Gosh, this evening our trip is beginning to feel like a holiday!
... 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!
The small hotel in Ecebat, the Villa Casa, was delightful and it had wonderful garden where we ate a small picnic supper after the very nice fish lunch we had. After a warm night spent in the garden drinking the local wine (the Sulva vineyard was 300m from the house) and very good too, we didn't get up quite as early as we planned but were still away by 9.30. The drive up to the Bulgarian border was ...
... we gave out presents. Next up was a protected home for adults with severe mental health problems. The residents were really happy to receive their boxes and the team got a lot of hugs and smiles while we were there. Our last visit was to a senior citizen's home. It was very moving to go room by room and give presents to the elderly folk. Claire was giving a box to one lady who insisted upon singing a song, even some ...
... comfortable, and departed shortly after we boarded.
We had spent the time steaming down the coast to research how to get from Burgos to Nessebur, and, indeed, it was very easy. We were accosted by a few taxi drivers, who we dismissed with a wave of the hand, found an ATM, got a few Lev, then found to the bus to Nessebur. Cost: 6 Lev each (about $4). There was only one other passenger from the Prinsendam on the bus when we boarded, but a group of six ...