Wikipedian inside

February 25, 2021

The more you know a Wikipedian, the less, you realize, you know. I have always been impressed with Vassia Atanassova’s knowledge and passion in various areas, to name a few: Wikipedian, scientist, thinker, traveller …

Vassia is among the most rational people I have ever known and imagine my surprise when I accidentally discovered a blog on irrational basis, called Natural Blogorithm (written in Bulgarian) and it turned out to be hers. Photo courtesy: MyFuture.School

“I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight…” Mary Elizabeth Frye


Dragalevtsi

February 13, 2021

Founded in the mid-14th century by Bulgarian tsar Ivan Alexander the Monastery of the Holy Mother of God in Dragalevtsi is a Bulgarian Orthodox monastery on the lower slopes of the Vitosha mountain on the outskirts of the capital Sofia.


Buhovo

January 24, 2021

Ideal one-day trip in the Balkan Mountains (only 20 kilometers) away from Sofia. Both monasteries St. Archangel Michael and St. Mary Magdalena are part of the Little Mount Athos Comlpex and date back to the 16th century. 

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Alice Zoo

January 23, 2021

Walking among alpacas, kangaroos, crowned cranes and many other exotic animals and birds is an exciting experience not only for kids but adults, as well. Alice Zoo – village of Leskovets (some 40 kilometers away from Sofia).  

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January 21, 2021

A day for cakes and gifts 🙂

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Chicolatti

January 20, 2021

As a true chocoholic I was fascinated by Chicolatti’s flavours. Excellent atmosphere, delicious sweets and a sweet couple behind it – thanks Petko Mirchev & Silvia Todorova!