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... missed an unsigned turn. A guy in a truck honked and ran us down to tell us about our mistake. By the way, he has a hotel with rooms or camping, a restaurant, and he can arrange guided boat tours of the delta to the Black Sea. “Sorry, we have to get to Tulcea,” we explained.
Hiro Way Ahead
I often stopped to take pictures and Hiro was usually way ahead. The day was heating up and I was tired. Hiro stopped ...
... our snacks and e-mailed Junko and Michelle, proud of our quick progress.
Ancient City of Histria
We came to the intersection for the side trip to Cetatea Histria, The sign said it was 7 km off route. At first, Hiro did not want to add 14 kilometers to our day. But once he realized this was THE famous Greek and Roman archaeological site he had read about in his Japanese guidebook, he smiled and said ...
... Another two hour minibus ride saw us arrive in the gateway town of Tulcea, at the mouth of the Danube Delta. Here the four of us called our travel for the day over.
Next step was to find somewhere to stay for the night. Wandering along the rather Mediterranean-looking bank of the river, we headed for the town centre. Restaurants, hotels, quay-side attractions, etc really does make Tulcea look like a Spanish beach ...
... br> Yet more perilous exercise, the evening as the lighting is non-existent apart in the center of the villages. I have to imagine the hell that this must be in the spring after the snow melts...The
southern Bessarabia is one of the poorest regions in Ukraine, far from
any major roads of the country, not industry.
But the sky is always blue, the days get shorter, it's kinda cool, it's October and fall coming. an Indian summer ...
... the Black Sea, has a population of probably a few hundred people and has one, single lane gravel road running parallel to the water. We set out on the road from the ferry dock toward the guesthouse we were staying at and, after a short walk with a pit stop at the corner store for a couple of cold beers we arrived at our new home for the week. Pension Ovidiu was more like a small resort than a guesthouse. With a swimming pool, bar and restaurant, large yard, lounge ...