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... th clear skıes. Everythıng was good agaın!! Even tan lınes were redevelopıng. We fınıshed the day just before a mountaın pass and had abeer... to our surprıse there was an englısh man who lıved out there ın the **** end of no where. Odd, we all chatted for awhıle then we headed out to fınd camp for the nıght (56mıles done).
... and in a way I prefer this than the way I was the constant centre of attention/source of entertainment in Romania. Customary petrol station chats are continuing.
Seems everyone I speak to in the EU had a friend/sibling/cousin currently working in London.
65 miles to Aytos tmrw, the another 70ish miles to a wild campsite somewhere near the border the next day (via Burgas and hopefully a glimpse of the Black Sea), then Turkey.
... Ha. After we saw her apartment we went to the grocery store and her mentor teacher peaced out. Awesome. On the way to the store, we saw a BUNCH of cats. Everywhere. It was insane. I swear I saw about 20 (probably closer to 6) jump out of a building where there was no opening. Magic cats.
One thing I usually try to do when living in another country is blend in as much as possible. In Turgovishte..this is impossible. We didn't bring our silky prom dresses or fake gold jewelry. ...
... the day required, and set off for Veliko Tarnovo, the old capital of Bulgaria. The guidebook had billed it as Bulgaria's prettiest city and it did not dissappoint. Had we not been on a mad race top Istanbul we would loved to have stayed a night and explored. The ice cream floater in a cafe overlooking the cities centrepiece monument was more than satisfactory however. We pedalled around and found the giant fortress sitting proudly on the hillside. ...
... cards. Will I use up my remaining lei and buy a sandwich. Call it instinct or whatever but I always feel it's better to have some currency left over than not have any so I resist the temptation.
Miss D is in control now and we bowl along over quiet roads southwards. SHE'S DONE IT AGAIN! Her dulcet tones instruct me to turn left and board the ferry!!! I look at the map it's a long way to a bridge. All is ...