So, WizzAir postponed our flight to the Canary Islands and we had to spend one day in Bergamo which proved to be a fabulous stop-over. Next day’s plan included a commute via Valencia and landing on Tenerife, but the said air company informed us we would have to spend the night in Spain’s third largest city. And why wouldn’t we explore the busiest container port, situated cosily on the Mediterranean Sea, and the 5th busiest in Europe? (more…)
The summer has already set in Bulgaria, and the sun has become scorching. However, besides ladies walking in short skirts, the season also provides a plethora of fruits and vegetables. And, having travelled to more than 25 countries around the world, I can proudly say Bulgarian fruits and vegetables are one of world’s most succulent. (more…)
Velingrad, also known as the Spa Capital of the Balkans, has so much to offer to the tourist and the traveller – from hot, mineral water springs, criss-crossing the whole town, to drop-dead gorgeous mountain sceneries. However, if you are craving a relaxing stay at a secluded, yet luxurious, location, Villa Vuchev should definitely be on your travel radar.
The villa is a hidden gem nestled in the northern part of the town. It epitomises extravagant accommodation, scrumptious food, private mineral water pool, as well as something no other villa offers… but I’ll get to that later on. (more…)
Some months ago, I got the fantastic idea to revive the postcard exchange – in paper. For this reason, I posted a status on Facebook asking people if they would be interested in participating in such an exchange and, respectively, sending me their postal addresses – in a private message, of course. (more…)
Yesterday, the weather was marvellous for a stroll in the mountains and so we did. Well-advised by my fellow bloggers from The Sisters, my friend and I drove not more than 15 km (10 mi) south-west of Sofia to the village of Vladaya where we embarked upon a journey following one of the curvy paths leading to Zlatnite Mostove. (more…)