Tuesday, December 8, 2009

The Cold Black Sea Coast

On Sunday, we drove south from Burgas along the Black Sea Coast, heading towards the farthest we could go = the Turkish border. The sceney wasn't as picturesque as we had hoped, because most of the time we were away from the shore and driving along country roads. So, the first time we had a spot where we could actually see something, we stopped.


Getting out of the car, we found it to be freezing! But at least it wasn't raining.



In the town of Ahtopol, we spotted this colorful hotel:


We arrived at the village of Razebo, on the Turkish border. There was a sign saying "Border Zone, No Photography" so we turned around and headed north. Afterwards we learned that we should have continued into the village and taken a look at the river that separates Bulgaria from Turkey.


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