Kosharista and camping.

Is it the middle of winter or the beginning of summer? Our weather held out at a glorious 17 degrees for 3 days in a row, perfect climate for camping and exploring.

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Welcome to Kosharista, 2 kilometers north of Sunny Beach, perched on a little hill with fantastic sea views. This village has a perfect mix of old buildings and houses with new townhouses, villas and  apartments. The streets are clean and safe and the supermarket is open year-round. Unfortunately most of my pictures have a huge fingerprint in them, I didn’t notice the sausage grease at the time. Also, we really enjoy exploring the “older” and “decrepit” sides of Bulgaria and forgot to take pictures of the luxurious villas, take my word for it, they were breathtaking. DSC04306

 

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Lots of turkeys, hens and geese like to hangout on people’s laws.

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Many baby sheep, they sound so cute!

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You can see Sunny Beach and the Black Sea at the end of the road.

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We left Kosharista after a few bowls of soup at the local restaurant and parked in a nearby vineyard. We didn’t take into account the amount of rain we received last week and ended up stuck deep in the mud.  After 30 minutes of digging, stuffing hay under the tires, carefully placing mats in strategic places, yelling and ripping off the front bumper, we finally got our camper “Anya” out of the field and back on the road. 

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Matt loves building huge fires.

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Fun, fun, fun!!