Bulgaria!

What a vacation! The flight wasn’t too long, around 3.5 hours! I flew to the area of Bulgaria called “Sunny Beach.” The hotel I stayed in was right on the promenade along the beach with a variety of shops and food places which was very handy! It’s so cheap out there! I spent a majority of the time by the pool and on the beach playing in the sea with a volley ball. The people out there are so lovely! There is a little train that goes from Sunny Beach through to Nessebar which is more of a popular area involving a lot of clubs, restaurants and a shopping centre along with a just as beautiful view as Sunny Beach.

The first photo, that’s the view from a restaurant I eat at right at the end of the promenade (picture on right.) It’s so lovely to be able to sit outside and have a meal with the sound of the shore alongside the sound of a man playing his acoustic guitar in the distance, it was so beautiful.

IMG_1218 Right outside the hotel I stayed in, Hotel Slavyanski. There was a pop up place that did Henna Tattoos. The temperature was amazing during the week I was there, I was there at the end of June/beginning of July and it was 32 Degrees Celsius! The night life was brilliant, there was a karaoke bar and so many other clubs/bars along the sea front just along the promenade outside the hotel. A further walk down from the hotel is a huge casino! There is a particular bar I went to, directly on the sea front called “Amigo”  The music was all the most popular hits of all different kinds of years, there were GIANT cocktails being served and so many of the restaurants, bars, clubs were doing a “happy hour” deal (which lasted longer than just an hour) but you could buy 2 drinks for the price of 1 and the drinks were genuinely cheap out there already so an evening out really didn’t cost a fortune.

I’d recommend going to Bulgaria, it’s such a lovely place, not expensive, places are easy to get too, the people there are lovely and welcoming. When looking in shops a lot of the people are friendly and have conversations with you, rather than asking you to come into their shop and persuading you that way. It’s definitely a place worth visiting, there is so many things to do there and the views are amazing!

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