Bulgaria was remarkable for being unremarkable as we just flew through it in a hurry to get to Turkey. Probably the only place we didn’t interact with the locals in any way apart from one nice guy in a petrol station and 2 Brits in a car on their way to Turkey as well.

Mr Garmin obviously felt the same way as the sat nav got bored and decided to send us all over through Sofia, the capital. A combination of this, a lack of signs and the type of road works that made us glad of being on off road bikes meant  we just got the hell of out there as quick as possible in a quest to reach the border with Turkey.

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