Thursday, September 29, 2016

Black Sea Break 2016: Arriving in the Town

As we got closer to the Black Sea, only about 4-5 hours from our city, we began to see different flora along the road. As we drove through one town, children came up to the car to sell simits, little ring-shaped, sesame seed covered breads, which cost about 30 cents. Warm still, they were the perfect snack to hold us over.

We went inside a long tunnel, and when we came out,  this is what we saw. We were mid-conversation, and this hushed us all.

The town was packed, and we knew it would be. But our vacation time was centered on a Turkish holiday, so we would share the town with our fellow Turks. We booked a little rental apartment, cheaply, but with 2 bedrooms and a couple of sleeper couches. This was our view out the den window!

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