Monday, September 02, 2013

Bulgarian Trip #2: Nesebar

We visited the ancient town of Nesebar twice during our holiday in Bulgaria. It reminded me a little of the old town in Rhodes, with all the little cafes, souvenir shops, and restaurants as well as some churches or relics of churches all in one place. One big difference is that there are LOTS and LOTS of seagulls in the area and they can be really loud ha ha ha...Oh, and there are some inns or hotels in the area, whereas I don't think I've seen any in the old town in Rhodes. I'm gonna share some videos later on, but for the time being here are some pics.

Arttu in front of one of the churches (relics) in Nesebar


We were sitting in the cafe across this photo below when I saw this granny on the second floor and then I started wondering how on earth she could get there and I thought this was rather dangerous, don't you think??? The other photo was to show you how it looked like from my POV.



Another relics found in the old town. The second time we went there, we went to a cafe overlooking this view.



Here's a pic of me eating some cake in the cafe overlooking the above pic. Yummy!!! Too bad I'm not a beer drinker. Beer costs cheaper than juice ha ha...



Some other random views around Nesebar area...







SEAFOOD!!!! Yummy fresh seafood! :-D And yeah, Arttu wanted to have his dose of pizza (naturally!).



Souvenir shops. SHREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEKKKK!!!!




Some more random pics...





Okay, I'm gonna go upload the videos and I'll share them later when I have more time. Been busy and stressed up with my new tasks at work last weekend that only now I have time to "breathe".

6 comments:

  1. Lovely shots, Amel. Thanks for sharing your vacation's photos and stories :D Makes me want to go there too someday.....

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    1. It's cheaper to go there than to go to Italy, but there are many more places to see in Rome he he...

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  2. I really enjoyed looking at your pictures, some very pretty scenes. I love the Souvenirs and the look of that cake!

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    1. Glad you enjoyed them, Nikki. :-D

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  3. ASIIIIKKK!!! Tadinya sih ga kepikir sama sekali Bulgary sebagai tujuan wisata. Ternyata bagus ya... Tapi udah liat foto2 dari elu, berasa udah ke sana, sekarang mending wisata ke daerah laen wakakaka....
    So happy for you Mel, some 20 years ago in our goofy early teenage years, you would only dream about going around the world, now look where you are! ^___^ God is SOOOO generous!

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    1. Bulgaria is a cheap place to visit he he he he he he he...and yeah, God is really amazing indeed. THANKFUL for the blessings!

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