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Roman forum detail

On the Streets of Rome

I love exploring places and getting wonderfully lost in them. Two weeks ago, my map took me to a lot of places, but so did my camera. I was just wandering around Rome for hours and discovering the small streets, which show so much of […]

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yellow Georgian door

Spring Colours

A spring day spent in D√ļn Laoghaire, Ireland. We spent one night at the Royal Marine Hotel¬†and took the time to explore the surroundings. Many colourful Georgian doors and beautiful gardens to take pictures of!

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Barcelona

November in Barcelona

No words are needed. Barcelona is still the most glorious place. There is nothing that a weekend in Barcelona cannot fix, even if it is the middle of November. Hope you enjoy these photos that I took there on my holiday last weekend.     […]

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St Stephen's Green in autumn

Autumn in Dublin

I’ve been busy with my new job and catching up with everyone and everything in the city and I have not taken any pictures in Sofia lately. It is that time of the year when the internet is full of beautiful autumn scenes, but you […]

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Black sea beach, Bulgaria

Goodbye Summer

What better way to say goodbye to summer than with a long weekend at the beach. The last couple of years September has become my favourite time for a seaside holiday. This weekend, just like last year, I was in Sinemorets. It is a village […]

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view of Lovech from the fortress

Exploring Lovech Old Town

Bulgaria is dotted with small towns. Many of them have ‘old towns’ – entire neighbourhoods preserved ¬†from modern development. Lovech is a charming town which boasts a wooden covered bridge, which is one of only three of its kind in Europe! Once you cross the […]

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stone fence and flowers in Zheravna

Tale of Stone and Wood

On the southern slopes of the Balkan range in Bulgaria lies the village of Zheravna. A tale of stone and wood, this place has not changed since the 19th century. It is a magical place, faraway from modern civilisation. All houses have traditional architecture dating […]

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view of Howth harbour and abbey

Howth Harbour

On my last day of my holiday in Ireland, we took the train from Dublin to Howth. It is a scenic ride along the coast and it takes only 30 minutes. Howth is a beautiful coastal village, with stunning sea views, a beautiful harbour and […]

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Colourful Dublin

Dublin is a city with a big heart. No matter who you are or where you are from Dublin and Dubliners will show you a warm welcome. It is so colorful and fun and very relaxed for a capital city. Having the best and friendliest […]

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Smithwicks brewery in Kilkenny

Hello Ireland

Another summer, another trip to Ireland. I can’t believe it has been almost 3 years since I first traveled to the Emerald Isle! This year I will be staying in Dublin and not travelling so much around the country. I am hoping to explore the […]

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Tryavna clocktower

Discovering Tryavna

Hidden between wood-covered slopes in Bulgaria’s¬†Balkan mountains, lies the town of Tryavna.¬†Generally¬†unknown¬†to the world, and maybe for the better, this little town has preserved the true Bulgarian spirit for centuries,¬†maintaining a tradition¬†for arts and crafts long before the liberation of Bulgaria from the Ottoman empire. […]

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