Archive for September, 2014

WordCamp Europe 2014

September 26, 2014

WPWordCamp Europe 2014 – 27 – 29 September 2014 Sofia. Interesting topics galore, fabulous people from all over the world, lots of fun for thinkers and doers alike.

I am asked these days what motivated me in becoming a volunteer. Happily blogging for 6 years now on a platform from which I constantly learn and meeting fantastic people in the same lane is enough of a motivation to return the gesture. Noblese oblige. 


September 24, 2014

Two masters in European cultural policies – Camille Baduel (French) and Ralitsa Assenova (Bulgarian) met in Paris where they teamed up with other enthusiasts like them and created Ysé, French association in support of Young European Cinema Talents.

The aim of the Young European Cinema Meeting, taking place in Sofia – 24 – 28 September 2014, is to support young cinema talents in Bulgaria and encourage their development.

From left to right: Lilyana Antonova, Camille Baduel, Ralitsa Assenova and Léna Rouxel

From left to right: Lilyana Antonova, Camille Baduel, Ralitsa Assenova and Léna Rouxel

Au bout du conte

September 22, 2014

Au bout du conte‘ (At the End of the Tale) was au bout du compte (eventually; in the end) an enchanting French tale with fabulous shots, soundtrack and messy turnarounds. Dreams, reality and every character struggling with one’s own issues. Do princes from tales for which every girl dreams exist – the movie gives the answer(s) …

Au bout du compte cinema on demand online in Bulgaria –


September 21, 2014

All Turkish sea resorts share the same lively atmosphere, however, each one is amazing with its own idiosyncrasy. Be it Altinkum [the Golden Sands Beach], the Apollo Temple or the nearby hill village Şirince – a week in Turkey is always a worth experience. Didim – a discovery – both internal and external.

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The Geography of Bliss

September 14, 2014

The Geography of Bliss:  a book that uses a mixture of travel, psychology and humor to investigate not what happiness is, but where it is. Are people in Switzerland happier because it is the most democratic country in the world? Do citizens of Qatar find joy in all that cash?

A former correspondent for NPR and the “New York Times” Eric Weiner answers those questions and many others in a witty manner, as the essence of what makes us happy (or unhappy) is basically the same everywhere be it Thailand, India, Iceland…


September 10, 2014

Wishing a Paraglider, an advanced Salsa and Folk Dancer, 5 years later ACCA-er… many happy returns of the day 🙂