zanzibar, stone town

  One of the highlights of my trip was definitely the island of Zanzibar. There will be more posts on its incredible beaches and scenery in the coming weeks (takes me quite a bit of time to properly display the photos and tell the story, apologies), but part of its charm is the popular Stone …

step outside

  So the weather in Bulgaria has been very foggy lately, including in Sofia, which is actually quite normal for the season. A couple of nights ago, despite feeling absolutely tired after the long day, I decided to get out there and try to see it from above the fog by going up Vitosha mountain. …

berlin, revisited

I make a point of going back to Berlin at least once or twice a year… worth it every time 😉     The city is especially pretty in fall with all the colors.   Regardless of the season, you can always run into the most interesting of folk. This guy’s beard and general outfit …

we are not frightened anymore, we stood up

66 straight days of protesting, that’s where we’ve come to. mostly peaceful (outside of the occasional spur of excessiveness) the revolution we set out to achieve sometimes seems elusive, mostly because of the complete nonchalance of the power-hungry coalition who have sunk their teeth deep and won’t let go. but we are determined to see …

you say you want a revolution

This is what’s been happening in Sofia (and around the country) for the past few days. But unlike previous protests I’ve been involved with, these are different. Because the people are different. They are our parents, our kids, our friends, our loved ones. They are business owners, artists, teachers, retailers, drivers, bloggers, doctors, students, lawyers, …

50 moments in berlin, part 5

Last part of the series… it’s been fun! I’ll be seeing you, Berlin 😉   Yes!   They were actually pretty good 🙂   Oh the many hidden back yards in this city… there’s so much to explore 😀   The best Sunday lunch with a small gathering of 20 Bulgarians 😉   It’s very …