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... didn't. This was the only way to tell the difference between the two (and, no, I don't recall if it was Pantokrator or Judge that had the cross).
Nesebar looks a lot like any other seaside town in that every other shop is selling souvenirs or beach equipment that is the same as the souvenirs and beach equipment being sold two shops down the road, four shops down the road, etc. Every now and then there's an appealing little shop selling art or ...
... is also grown in the region, partly as a way to keep the distilleries open longer. Stefan admitted that French lavender is better, but Aveda buys both rose and lavender oil from Bulgaria. Chanel and Burberry also buy Bulgarian rose oil for their products.
The Japanese are enthusiastic about rose oil because in the 1980s, the Japanese Emperor visited and was introduced to rose oil and Bulgarian yogurt. He liked them both; ergo, the Japanese like ...
We entered Bulgaria with the anticipation of better roads. This anticipation was fulfilled.
Democracy came to Bulgaria in 1990, being a Soviet ally for almost 40 years prior, however, to our naive eyes, born into a democratic world, it seems no one told the Bulgarians!
The remnants of the soviet communist influences weigh heavily on this land, especially in the architecture.
... steep hill. Getting out was a nightmare made extreme by some less than courteous driving. Actions such as cutting across our line, forcing us to stop on a corner on an extremely steep slope made it worse. Other drivers shook their heads in disbelief helping us realise it wasn't a generally accepted behaviour. That helped when we reflected on it afterwards. 'Bo's technology, Dave’s driving competence and calm demeanour won the day.
... Traffic there was pure chaos, but eventually, we made it out of the city.
It was almost time to look for a place where we could get lunch. No such luck until right before Bulgarian border and even there we only stopped at a supermarket, so we don't pass out from being hungry, and kept going.
And again, we were in a country that uses cyrillica. Time to remember everything we learned during the couple hours ...