Hi, guys! Today’s diary is going to be about Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria. Being a proud Romanian, for a long time, I have refused to admit that our neighbors might have beautiful places to visit, also. I have never been so attracted to going to Bulgaria, even though I’ve heard that there are places like Veliko Tarnovo, Golden Sands or Balchik that are worth paying a visit.
And because for Andrei’s birthday we haven’t planned anything special in advance, we decided to do a city break which wouldn’t cost us that much and wouldn’t make us spend our entire weekend on the road. Since you spend half of the weekend in traffic when visiting anything in Romania, it’s not a good option for a birthday you’d want to spend relaxing. So Veliko Tarnovo was our best option! It was built on three hills: Tsarevets, Trapezitsa and Sveta Gora and it was once the capital of Bulgaria, so it must have something special to it.
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Starting a travel blog is difficult. You have to find the appropriate content, you have to find time to write and also to promote it. But the result is fantastic. You have your own masterpiece and you take care of it as if it was your own baby. Also, the rewards are great: you get to meet amazing people, you connect with them and sometimes you’re even rewarded for the hard work you put into all this. Like this time, when I’ve been nominated for Liebster Award 2017!
Hi, guys! Today I decided to post a story about one of my all time favorite things to photograph: doors. You know those magical, dreamy and colorful objects we give too little credit to? They’re the ones who grant us the access to anything we want to reach, both literally and figuratively speaking.
Wherever I go, I always find some beautiful ones that just ask to be photographed, whether they’re colored or gray, decorated or simple, with interesting door knobs or not. And figuratively speaking, I am still waiting for some of them to open. I hope only the colorful and decorated ones. 🙂
So without further ado, here are some doors of the world, as I perceive them:
Malta is such a beautiful island. You won’t believe the rich history it has and the various traces culture has left on it. It’s a jewelry for travelers and locals’ reason to be proud. Me and my boyfriend decided to go to Malta for 4 days in May in order to celebrate my birthday, but if I go again I would go in early spring (March, April) or late autumn (October, November). In May it starts to get really hot and you get tanned while walking on the streets – I got some pretty bad sunburns just from sightseeing, not purposely laying in the sun.