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Travel Blogs from Sudak
Today has been a much chilled affair with getting up later than usual, only visiting one attraction and also hitting the beach.
The fortress here in Sudak is massive to say the least. With it being a humid 23c, the three comrades hit the rocky slopes to see the tower and rampart areas. It is a great sight however it has the worst littering i have seen - plastic bottles. I am ...
... not the inside of the (military) lighthouse.The
cold persists, she invites us to drink a Tchaii, a tea with honey and
cakes, sympathetic, she tells us of the history of the lighthouse and
his family.She lived in various lightstations in the region, to support photos. They
realise being well organized as far from everything, and his children
slept in the school dormitory to come back twice a month or during the
2.8.2012 Blizhniye Kamyshi (UA) Km: 68269 +++ Swimming in the black sea +++
With 'Swimming in the black sea' I have reached the second goal after another good 8,000 Km of my trip. Further, it is also the most easterly place I reach for this tour.
After the nasty weather at the North Cape, storm, rain, and 3.8 degrees, ...
... t our fault. Fortunately, he’s understanding. We get out of Kara Dag and head for Novy Svit, a popular resort. There, we rent a motorboat which takes us to our Vesele.
It’s not a long cruise, though it should have been. Some people were wrong… whatever! It’s nice! The views are amazing, the sea is clear, the weather is great. And only now we see where we were roaming all day and how far we diverged from the Golicyn’s Path…
... as the sun is scorching and we have to climb quite a steep hill. When we finally get to the gates… we can’t get in. There’s a festival and the entrance price has tripled. Well, we could have expected it. From the very beginning of our trip, the luck is not by our side.
We must go down. On our way back, we eat “ciburak z miasem”. It’s a kind of pancake made in deep oil stuffed with meat. ...