SENTIDO Golden Star
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... decibels. Truly hideous! The golf course is deserted for the epic match-up. We hire clubs, buy a sufficient quantity of ammo and set off into the incongruous mix of green space and new (mostly empty) avenues of houses and apartments. We both play remarkably well but, suffice it to say, that Hilli wins... she succeeds in getting threes on three of the par 3 holes, including the seventeenth where she cements her win. The seventeenth ...
We drive to Balchik itself on a road which stays about a mile in from the sea along mostly limestone cliffs. It winds down through the town until it reaches a small harbour area. On one side of the harbour are rather decrepit industrial workings plus old fishing boats and, on the other, is the face of capitalist Bulgaria doing its best to mimic an Aegean village. We get a drink in a cafe just up from the tourist drag before setting off to try to find Queen Maria's Balchik ...
... the sea which takes us to a brand-new village of holiday houses, flats and a huge hotel/golf development!! Very freaky! We find our luxury room (@ €80 a night) and spend the late afternoon/evening amongst sizeable Russians and their rather more shapely consorts (not the married ones!) by the vast outdoor pool (loud musak of course) and in the impressive spa/fitness centre. Dinner is a €20 help-yourself ...
Met some crazy girls in the hotel. We spend some days together sunbathing and swimming.. but mostly enjoyed the nightlife. If you want to party cheap you should definatly go to Golden Sands!
In happy hour you can get 3 cocktails for 5 € ! In Germany u cant even get ...
... a bit like we'd entered an abandoned town ravaged by war decades before), the landscape suddenly became green. Fields upon fields of sunflowers, grapes and sweetcorn. Open plains became winding forest roads and then, having only seen it through the fog on our boat tour up the Bosphorus, there it was: the Black Sea in all of its sparkling glory.
We arrived at Varna bus station (I say bus station, it was more like a ...