MPM Kalina Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 10 km from the Bulgarian border. Yogurt & honey is fast becoming a safe staple for us.
*Sadly we are only staying one night in Bulgaria in a resort called Sozopol. Apparently it is the
oldest settlement on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. The cobbled old town of wooden houses with spectacular sea views is charming. But the resort now caters for all types of seaside tourism ranging from sophisticated boutique hotels & harbourside restaurants ...
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 ...
... tourist destination but clearly in May it's too early and the place looks pretty empty and sea is cold judging by the screams we can hear from the beach.Tomorrow we drive north again to Balchik, lets be honest only really to play golf! But I see it has a botanic garden so I shall give that a visit. Climatically we have gone back a month and the wild flowers were just splendid in the national park (Annie). ...
... children; including giving out shoeboxes at the Christmas parties she and her husband organise.
Upon arrival at Burgas, we met with our friend Jello who had organised three visits for us to three very different institutions. The first was an orphanage for children aged 3-7 in Sredets. Sadly we were not allowed to take pictures but the children were very excited and recited the poetry they had learned ...
... arrange all the necessary equipment and personnel (pilot, tugs, immigration, line-handlers, shuttle bus service around the port) so that we would not be delayed too long upon arrival. And, indeed, when we neared Burgos, the pilot zipped out, and we were tugged in, stern-first, into the terminal. A short time after we were docked, we were cleared to go ashore. So, ashore we went (along with hundreds of others). But immigration was very efficient, and the shuttle bus ...