Letter 151 If Bulgaria's not on your bucket list, it should be. If it is, this may spark your imagination and encourage you to book that trip. If you're already going - this should be a helpful itinerary including some tricks and tricks for this crazy beautiful country. I spent the last 2 weeks of … Continue reading COMPLETE BULGARIA ITINERARY
Letter 113 This is the first time I've chosen to visit a place purely on recommendation of a hostel, and it was one of the best parts of my trip. This hostel was a home from home, offered me so much friendliness and showed me more of beautiful Montenegro than I had ever hoped. The … Continue reading The Best Hostel!
Letter 91 Finally it's over. Months of hard work, weeks of long days and a number of sleepless nights. Architecture is not a healthy subject to choose and this year has been a killer. Despite half loosing my mind at the end and putting in more time and effort than ever before, I feel I … Continue reading Alive again
Letter 87 I turned 20 this week. I hit the next decade of my life, and to celebrate, I spent the weekend exploring a new part of Scotland. Every time I visit a different part of Scotland I realise how wonderful and diverse the country really is. So today, in letter 87, I would like … Continue reading A trip to Fife: flowers, beaches and castles
Letter 86 Finally I can visualize a time when I'm not drowning in deadlines and instead drowning in the rush of warm air as I step off the plane. I can finally feel summer creeping up on me, with 4 months of freedom stretching far ahead into September. I've written my 'study' timetable, I've planned … Continue reading First flight booked!
Letter 48 From a whole summer of photos I would like to share some of my favourites along with a word or two that describes them. Enjoy my photo essay. I hope you enjoyed my photos; I certainly enjoyed my summer. From Lou PS. Here's one more chance to check out the my letters … Continue reading 3,176 photos later
Letter 43 Walking through Chinatown seeing rundown buildings, hearing beeping horns and shouting in the distance and only spotting faraway skyscrapers among the clouds peeping above, I thought I'd made a mistake staying for 4 nights in Philadelphia. It seems I was wrong. The deeper I wondered into the city, walking constantly through the parallel … Continue reading Don’t judge a book until you’ve met the characters.