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... motorcycle-trousered Hilli scours the area. She's just about to declare a state of зелен хайве 88; (wild-goose-chase) when, glory of glory, there it is! Suitably wooled-up, the Raven sets off for the coast below Burgas. The road to Burgas leads away from the sea and is lovely... forests and rolling agricultural land. We drop down from the hills back to the Black Sea coast at Burgas itself ...
they enter a UK port. After all, except for the Euro tunnel there is no other
way of driving into our country. On departure from a UK port it could be checked that the appropriate vignette amount had been paid. If not, let them be fined! Mr Cameron & Mr Clegg what are you waiting for?
*Entering Bulgaria we have a new set of maps and a new language to read. Bulgarian is a Slavic language using the Cyrillic alphabet.Once you get used to ...
... 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).
This will be the shortest entry ever. I am so embarrassed at the shear amount of laziness that I exhibited while in Sozopol. On the bus ride into town, I met a German guy and a British girl. We went right away for an ice cream and drink. Then we found the hostel and pretty much moved in and set up camp. It was almost like being university roommates again. We had a blast doing absolutely nothing. It was all ...
The time in Istanbul and Edirne was the final stage of our Turkey adventure. While in Istanbul we did some of the usual touristy things. We caught ferries up and down the Bosphorus, the Golden Horn and the Sea of Marmara; we spent some time shopping in the Grand Bazaar and surrounding districts (OK, a lot of time shopping. The final count was ten leather jackets between us: four for Janice, five for Pam and one for me but only because leather jackets and Townsville don't mix that ...