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28th June Bulgaria Camping Laguna beach Apparently Laguna means Nudist Beach in Bulgarian
[D] Summary of Romania's east coast is… it’s a shambles. I suppose we happened to drive head long into one of its Beach Resort town at the start of their summer holidays and also a Saturday night… So the place was packed and the music was pumping.
I would also like to postulate another theory on the Romanian ...
... exciting thing we saw was a protest of Bulgarians with Russian flags protesting against the U.S. About 10 people...no crowd. Just a TV camera. Stefan said they are there every Sunday and talked to them...asked about the Ukraine and Crimea. That didn't go over well. Today we just walked by! Quiet evening, and then off to Veliko Tarnova tomorrow! Last stop before Sofia and the end of the ...
I hop the bus the following morning making my way for the seaside city of Varna. Perched on the edge of the Black Sea this city has been an important trading route for millennium with the first settlers arriving around the mid 5th millennium.
The real reason I have come here is to scope out the Varna Hoard- a collection of gold objects stated to be the oldest gold collection of in the world. The grave yard is about ...
... out into the Black Sea and has been of strategic importance and therefore inhabited by Thracians, Romans and Ottomans before the Bulgarians got it back. The scenery is dramatic in all directions with what look like chalk cliffs to the south and red sandstone to the north. Legend has it that the red is due to all the bloody battles over the millennia. Also a legend that 40 maidens tied their hair together and jumped off the cliffs during the Ottoman invasion to escape a worse fate at ...
... Eastern Europe, and easily rivalling things I saw in Rome in quality if not in presentation, and so little is known of their existence. There is obviously a lot more buried beneath the modern streets.
The Romans were very clever - all the underfloor heating structures are very well preserved here, and then in the Arch. Museum there were other things that have been recovered - shop signs, one for a brothel (the oldest ...