Malta Travel guide: Valetta, Mdina, Comino, Gozo, Marsaxlokk

Malta is a carefree Mediterranean islander who sunbathes during the day, jumps off cliffs and eats prickly pears. In the evening, she enjoys the fabulous sunsets, and from dusk till dawn she dances in the many nightclubs of St. Julian’s.

A blend of cultural influences

Malta is a country of beautifully woven contradictions and incompatible elements that make it interesting and memorable.…

Japan through the eyes of an extrovert

Author: Nicola Filchev Editor: Vesselina Vassileva

The small details make Japan different and stunning – the reflection of the sunset over a small river covered with fallen cherry blossoms (sakura) in Tokyo’s quiet, secluded artisanal neighborhood; the sight of a few thousands of deer released in Nara that bow after you feeding them cookies; the amusement parks, beautiful beaches and young smiling children of Yokohama and Kyoto’s ancient castles and bamboo forests.…

Ruin bars, SPA and other hidden gems in Budapest

Bulgarians are more similar to Hungarians than we think. They prepare Easter breads and use the saying “One shallow does not make a summer” just like us. The resemblance in pronunciation  between some of our words and their words is striking (ulica – utca, galab – galamb, igo – iga) In addition, we share a similar historical past and common enemies over the years.…

Everyday Cooking Tips and tricks learnt at ,,Amuse Bouche”

Thanks to the discovery of fire and its use for cooking we have evolved as a human species. We spent much less time chewing food, our intestines became shorter, and our brain size increased. When I first encountered this fact, I was shocked, but once again I was convinced that cooking is not to be underestimated and should not be neglected in times of fast food and restaurants at every corner.…