Krapets ro/eng

September 01, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
(RO)
 
In 2011 nu era nimic. Doar plaja, si cativa localnici veniti sa se bronzeze cu peturile si sandwichurile in bagaj. Anu trecut au aparut gherete 2 la numar, aduna majoritatea oamenilor in jur. Sandwichul aici l-am gasit, la prima rulota, cu cei doi frati cu care deja ne-am imprietenit prin intermediul bauturii verzi. 
 
Sandwich cu condimentul bulgaresc ce apare in toate mancarurile, pare specific;  dupa 3 km de mers pana la plaja, fie pe bicicleta sau cu masina, deja cald, mic dejunul l’am ratat, ghereta e singura salvare, si sandwichul cu condimentul specific.
Cei doi frati detasati pe plaja,  pentru un sezon, 3 luni pe plaja intr-o rulota, intr-un fel de concediu lucrativ din Germania, de la job. Dureaza destul de mult cat sa atate simturile, miroase intre timp, si condimentul, neregasindu-se in tot spatiul balcanic, aici e unic, deci specific, si nu neaparat bun, pentru un neobisnuit. 
 
Sand-wich, o plaja lunga ce uneste puncte si mai continua, pana'n Romania, un camping legat de un sat pescaresc Krapetz:  leaga unde cu care. Liqeurul verde din razboiul stelelor direct pe plaja, la 30 de grade, e si mai verde. 
 

 
La 2 km distanta risti sa ramai intepenit, in nisip, desi pare incredibil, se poate ! Asta daca nu apare un  Patrick Swayze, inconjurat de nimfe, salvator. S-a imbracat, s-a scuzat de la masa, de la terasa rulotei, maxim de opulenta in zona, rulota, scaune pliante, etc. Scaunele pliante ar necesita un studiu mai profund, in cultura comunista erau produse de nisa.
 
Ce vorbisem pana atunci fusese in van, o poliloghie in engleza destul de convingatoare prin ton si limbaj, mai putin prin inteles, Patrick Swayze vorbea germana, sau bulgara, dar deajuns incat sa  tracteze cu un jeep direct in panta, o Skoda impotmolita in nisip, pretul, un scut lipsa, sursa de scantei pe drum. Patrick Swayze de Bulgaria - inger pentru Romania ! 
 
(ENG)
 
Back in 2011 there was nothing here. Just the beach and a few local people looking for a sun bath with the bottles of beer and sandwiches in the bag. Last year there were 2 new small shops where everybody gathered. It’s here where I found my sandwich, at the first shop in a caravan, owned by two brothers with whom we befriended by means of the green liquor.

The sandwich with the Bulgarian spice that’s in every dish seems locally specific. After a 3 kilometres trip to the beach, by bike and by car, it’s already hot outside, we missed our breakfast and the shop is our last hope, with its sandwich with the specific Bulgarian spice.

The two brothers are here, on the beach, for one season, three months in the caravan, in some sort of a lucrative vacation from their jobs in Germany. It takes long enough to arouse the senses, the smell is already in the air and the spice, unique in the whole Balcanic area is at home here and not necessary tasty for someone not used to it.

Sandwich, a long beach that continues to Romania, a camping next to a fishing village, Krapets. The green liquor that seems to be coming out of Star Wars directly on the beach, at 300C I s even greener.

At 2 kilometres distance you risk to get stuck in the sand even if it is incredible. Only if a Patrick Swayze surrounded by nymphs doesn’t appear as a savior. He got dressed, excused himself from the caravan’s terrace, the top of the opulence in the area, the caravan, folding chairs etc. The folding chairs need a deeper analysis as they were niche products in the communist culture. 

All the discussion up to that moment was in vain, a long talk in English, convincing enough by tone and words, less by meaning, Patrick Swayze was speaking German or Bulgarian, but enough to tow a Skoda stuck in the sand, with an SUV, straight up the hill, with the price of a damaged engine shield which became the source of sparks on the road. The Bulgarian Patrick Swayze – an angel for Romania!

 

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