The Family Without Borders

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Trip: Around the Black Sea, The Family Without Borders

Our last trip: Around the Black Sea

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Was an amazing time. 9 countries, 6 months and 3 people (including our 1 sweet baby). We met the Gypsy King in Moldova, became good friends with a poor family in autonomous republic Transnistria, fell in love with Crimean landscape, hated corrupted Russian police, had a good rest in Chechenyan villages in Georgia, melt in Read More

Last time at the Black Sea in Arapia (Bulgaria)

Goodbye our Black Sea

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It was much easier to drive directly from Turkey to Sofia but we decided to still visit our Black Sea. To say goodbye, to get this last impression. (Attention! I’m getting sentimental)

Crossing Russia: 150 km to Vladikavkaz

Our very dark days in Russia

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All bad what happened on our trip until now – happened during our one week in Russia. Why one week if we had 4-days transit visa? Police, closed border, police,  car workshop, again police: they know the answer…

Crimea non view (Ukraine)

Breathtaking no-view

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– Not always caviar – my best friend likes to say so. And when being on the top of Crimean mountains but in the middle of clouds it would be easy to agree with her, but I will not. Because even such a no-view can be the caviar during our trip.

Kids in the Artek Camp on Crimea (Ukraine)

Artek: my socialist childhood dream

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Artek since my school time and Russian lessons was for me a place very close to heaven. The place you will be only able to reach if you lived a good life: behaving well to teachers, having good marks, being a good socialist boy, always helping mama, standing up for older people in the tram, Read More

At the Black Sea in Sevastopol (Ukraine)

Sevastopol, a “nice” city

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What to say? Clean, proper city. With good city port but not much atmosphere. If not counting Russian Black Sea Fleet and hundreds of Russian flags everywhere.

Balaklava - the nicest place on Crimea (Ukraine; Black Sea)

We found heaven!

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Balaklava is the most beautiful spots at the Crimea (Black Sea) with a Soviet submarine factory under the mountain.

Hanna waking up at the Black Sea near Illichivsk (Odessa; Urkaine)

IN the sea

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Just short visit to Odessa (to take care about some official papers) and lovely place just at the sea. The Alboth Family first time really swimming in the Black Sea!

Hungry wet dog in the Daunube Delta (in Romania)

Wet bottom-right corner of Romania

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Danube Delta where Danube river split into 3 channels and spills into Black Sea is a 4187 square km wetland (also partly in territory of Ukraine). This makes a heaven for 300 species of birds and 150 species of fish. National park where every private man has a boat to organize trips.

Bulgarian Black Sea coast: 1km to Romania

Along the Romanian Seaside

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So first we visited Saturn, Venus, Jupiter and Neptun… Not so cosmic seaside resorts with hundreds of not the most beautiful hotels. But looks like place to be in the summer – Romanian seaside is not so big and all country has to find his square meter on the sand.

The Family Without Borders first time together on the Black Sea in Varna (Bulgaria)

Touching our Black Sea

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A visit-surprise for Tom’s parents changed our plan to touch Bulgaria in September. We crossed to Danube river for two days already now to visit Hanna’s grandmother and grandfather.

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