After my last holidays and the last days with hot weather the autumn have just arrived to Kézdivásárhely. The leaves are starting to fall down and the cold weather is arriving. It's not so normal for me, as you know I live near the seaside in Spain, and actually there are more than 30 Celsius there. This week was here around 6 Celsius in the morning and this is the coldest day in winter in my city! I hope to be ready for the next months...
Every day of our lives we learn something new, sometimes without even knowing it. Every day we compare, study, realize, reflect. Having lived 4 months in another country, I was even more convinced that all people are completely different! I had to face instant sympathy and antipathy, absolute idyll and complete incompatibility, gratuitous help and categorical misunderstanding. We are all heroes of different situations and different stories. I tried to understand what are misunderstandings between people, how to deal with them and whether to do it or not.
Hello guys! Today I´m going to talk about what I did in the first days of September. All of the volunteers we had 5 days of holidays between 5 until 9, so Alen, Carmen and I decided to spend this time in Bulgaria and visit the seaside of this country.
We started the trip really early, at 6 in the morning because we thought we will not find too much traffic at this time. When we arrived to Varna we had a bit problems to found the hostel that we rent, but at finally we found it at 6 in the afternoon. We spend our first day and night in Varna.
The next day we went to Sunny Beach and we rent an apartment in the center of the city, the apartment was really nice for all of us, we could cook, we was near the beach and we had a pool in our area.
We, Alen Margaryan, Miguel Paya, and Carmen Gallarado Serrano, decided to go to the Bulgarian Sunny Beach for holidays a few weeks ago. But we had a problem because I didn't know if the passport control would let me go. We decided to take a risk. We also had another plan-If anything went wrong, we would go to Constantia.
So we rented a car, on September 5, and went to Bulgaria. Everything went well on the border. It was a long way, so we spent the night in Varna.
Every time I go on a trip, whether for a day or two or a year, I tend to take a few things with me as possible. I love to discover new cities by foot, as this is the only way I can believe in the evening that I'm really in a new place, because my legs hurts. It is on insanely but pleasant pain. It often happens that I do not spend the night in a hotel or hostel, because it is expensive, and all night long I walk through the new streets. To these walks is pleasant – a suitcase or even better – a backpack witch should be as small, as comfortable and easy. Fees in Romania are no exception. I analyzed and cleaned, already packed things for the fourth time, shifted and changed already, apparently, found the perfect corner in a bag.