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Burgas yesterday, we went out to Nessebar which is outside Burgas. A lovely old area and worth the visit. Now in another city in Bulgaria, the second largest city. We decided to walk around ourselves as we are churched out.
Off to Sochi tonight, can't get off ship in Russia unless we are on a ship excursions, well we have money to burn.
Happy Birthday Mark for today.
... going, so we said no. Then he was offering for his brother to drive us to the city in his taxi but we were taking the bus, so we said no again. All seemed lost as we waited in the freezing cold, and every bus except ours came past. We stood at the stop for about an hour, and we kept saying okay, if it doesn't come in 5 minutes, we will get that taxi, but we were too proud so we would get to 5 minutes and say "okay 5 more". It paid off because the bus finally arrived, and we ...
Wednesday 8 October today we left Bucharest for Veliko Tărnovo. Enroute we stopped to visit the Ivanovo Rock hewn Churches which are included in the UNESCO list Of World and Cultural Heritage. After slowly climbing a rather steep gradient we reached the main church in the rock. The frescos were amazing as were the views across the limestone canyon which had been carved by rivers thousands of years ago. The walk down the steps saw our knees ...
... had only 2 rooms (no guesthouse), but was otherwise very similar. One thing that was unique about this complex was the serving of rose liquor and rose jam to all guests. They were both delicious, and since a large tourist group was taking up the tables in the yard, we got to enjoy ours upstairs on the veranda. I imaginged every day life here, and although I am sure days were filled with hard labor looking after the garden or the farm animals, ...
... in the oil production afterward. The parade is world-renowned and is one of the largest yearly events in the country.
Josh and I explored the streets and bought a few souvenirs to remind us of our small visit. The rose oil was definitely the highlight for me; for Josh, I think it was the bottle of cognac with 40% alcohol content he'd purchased from a local shop keeper to get a little cultural, hoping it ...