By the point I reached Bulgaria I used to be completely ravenous. The one downside was… I had no Bulgarian cash! So my first cease within the tiny city of Malko Tarnovo was on the nook ATM. I withdrew 200 Bulgarian Lev after which parked my bicycle exterior a busy cafe the place I ordered a Coca Cola, a cucumber salad and two grilled cheese sandwiches (which had been delivered to me as six items of bread coated with cheese and topped with a slice of cucumber and tomato. Actually, actually good!).
After lunch I crossed town’s fundamental courtyard and picked up some meals and bathroom paper for the highway on the market you see within the picture above. Inside this small nook market was a tiny providing of products that had been fastidiously positioned behind a protracted curved counter maned by a single outdated lady. To purchase my meals I needed to level on the objects I wished behind the counter after which the lady would pull the objects down for me. After I had picked out the whole lot I wished, the outdated lady totaled up my order on a grimy plastic calculator and turned the gadget round to indicate me that my whole was solely 5.50 Lev for a small mountain of merchandise.