Signposting in Bulgaria is like nothing we’ve ever seen before, but the Bulgarian way is apparently common in Europe. Instead of a signpost pointing to the nearest town, and having other destinations along the way marked, signposts usually point to either Ruse, Sofia, Varna, Burgas or Istanbul. You’re expected to know which direction you want to go in.

Also, while signposts on the main roads were in Cyrillic and Latin alphabets, off the main roads they were all in Cyrillic. This made finding our way around very complicated, and led to some nifty map work from Julie, and a lot of pulling over to the side of the road while we decifered roadsigns

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