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September 4th, 2007 – by: czerw_kapturek
I'll start journalistic studies at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, go to Prague and officially become
a vegetarian girl.
So, Sozopol, Bulgaria. I didn't know what I should to expect. I decided not to think too much about it and just go and see.
everything changed. Bulgaria has her own culture, tradition and climate. Any comparison to other country is not right. Because... she is different! There are so nice, so easygoing people, sometimes loud. There are also kebap-salesmen, who could only talk with you, nothing else. At the old part of Sozopol you can find magic little houses, made by stone and wood, amazing quiet and... it is completely different world. Wonderful. Moreover, I loved Bulgarian food. Especially tarator, traditional cold soup made from cucumbers, Bulgarian yoghurt with water, herbs and walnuts. Delicious! And palacinky (a kind of pancakes), Shopska Salad, Shepard's Salad, Bulgarian cheese (every kind is very salty), omelettes, seafood, fish, corncobs sells on the street... Of course tons of melons, the best I've ever eaten, watermelons, figs, grapes from the garden, big red tomatoes... It is a taste fo Bulgaria. Icredible. If I add that we had 5 min way to Black Sea from our house, 10 min way to
Old Town, generally sunny weather, if it can be something more beautiful? :)
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