BookCrossing in the camping

IMGP9817BookCrossing is defined as “the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise.” In our camping most of the books are in fact magazines, but we have a big choice of languages. We can find and Bulgarian books and magazines too. I will not leave anything, as I have a strange addiction to my books – I read and reread them, and I have a huge need to be in touch with them. So thank you to all who share their books with us, but I will not be the one who will make the public library on the camping more reach of books.
And sometimes I even find it difficult not to take some of the books with me.

I am just addicted to books. To great books.

My summer homeland

IMGP9808I am sure that you can guess where I am spending my summer. That is the place where my heart feel at home any time when I come. The place with beautiful sea, great costs, amazing people and a language, which I can’t understand at all.
But I know to say kalimera, kalispera and kalinihta. That’s more than enough to have friends and great time.

A swallow in the summer


When I watch that small swallow and I think of the distance it will fly for the summer, I really can only admire the nature for creating all that magic.
Yes it is magic because next summer it will return to the same place to create a family, grow its small and prepare them for the long flight.
And I will find my way back home for the winter too. I hope to be able to recognize that bird next year.

In Vino Veritas


IMGP9745The old saying “In Vino Veritas” literally means “truth from wine”, which call be translated into getting someone drunk enough can make that person to tell the truth. Old people say that when a person is drunk, she/he is the truth self. So before becoming a wine, the grape grows and take sun and all necessary stuff to became one day a great wine.
Today is the hottest day during that summer. I am sure that at night a glass of good wine will make the freshness of the night even more enjoyable. Cheers!