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... it worked.
The area also has the largest Kalashnikov factory in Bulgaria (though it doesn't pay any patent royalties to the Russians). This means that Kazanluk can be called, yes, the town of Guns & Roses. Between the roses and the guns, unemployment in the area is only four percent.
So our first stop in Kazanluk was at the Iskra Museum and Art Gallery. Stefan's mom used to work at the museum, and she was there to welcome us and say ...
... took into account the beverages we sip at the end of a day.
The countryside was very pretty – gently rolling hills and some higher ‘blue’ mountains on the horizon. Sunset was also a gentle process with a pastel sky which lasted for quite a long time.
Back on the main road which was reasonable but had some unexpected warped surfaces, we decided that with dusk approaching, we should stick to the biggest road ...
... around and then... I slapped something. Definitely felt like a fish. A BIG fish. Manta ray was the first thing that came to my mind (don't laugh!). Without a hesitation, I started swimming back to the beach, freaking out a little. David was laughing his ass off at me- until he slapped the thing too.
I managed to calm down by then and we looked at the thing. It was so much worse then a fish. It was a freakin' huge, ...
Today was a short morning with our tour group. Before meeting with the group I wandered around town before things opened up. On our tour we went to the local museum to view the Greek and Roman artifacts found here. Then we visited two of the ...
... view of the sea. Mom is happy!!! However, you should have seen her face when they brought out the dinner she ordered! She thought she was getting sea bass....instead she got a bunch of little fish like anchovies, but a little bigger! She was a trooper, and picked them apart because " I don't eat heads or skin". Tomorrow will be a fun day during our free time....lots of shopping opportunities and gorgeous photo ops! Ciao! (That's goodbye in Bulgarian, believe it or ...