Tag Archives: Bulgaria

The Border

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

This is what the border between Bulgaria and Romania looks like:

Danube

The Danube

The River Danube, in all its industrial glory. In fact, if you were to look back to the left a ways, you’d see seven – count them, seven – nuclear cooling towers. Lord help us if there’s ever a tsunami on the Danube.

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But What About Fields?

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

“Yes, yes,” you may say, “That sunset is awful nice. But what about the fields in Romania? And how do they compare to the fields of Bulgaria…say, as they might be viewed from a speeding train? Riddle me that!” Well, here you go:

Romanian fields:

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Romania

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Romania

And Bulgarian fields:

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Bulgaria

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Bulgaria

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Bulgaria

“Wow, those Bulgarian fields sure are sunnier,” you might say. And you’d be right, smarty pants. Bulgarian fields are always sunnier than Romanian fields. These are the kinds of intangible things you learn when you travel the world.

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