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Welcome Baby…

I’ve had this gorgeous Maja paper in my stash for a while now and decided to create some sweet baby cards. I’ve done one for a boy and one for a girl using the Vintage Baby collection: 126 more words


How to Make Banitsa - Video Tutorial

After making our home-made banitsa, we gave it as a prize in the Language Coffee Bulgaria. It was very tasty, and everyone enjoyed a lot. It was a nice surprise and they ate it in a few minutes. 43 more words


Būt tikai par mājsaimnieci – jā vai nē?

Faktiski vispirms būtu jānoskaidro, kas ir mājsaimniece. Vikipēdijas vārdnīca uzrāda šādu definīciju: „Sieviete, kuras nodarbošanās ir ģimenes mājsaimniecības vadīšana – rūpes par bērniem, ēdiena iepirkšana, gatavošana un uzglabāšana ģimenes vajadzībām, nepieciešamo ikdienas lietu iegāde, mājas uzkopšana un uzturēšana, apģērba šūšana ģimenei u.c. 303 more words


NEPAL - Never Ending Peace And Love

Mdm B (as Maja was fondly referrred to by her close friends and associates) and I made this trip to Jomsom and Marpha in Nepal only once in the mid 2,000s and it was quite magical. 462 more words

Memory Lane

Presenting ERASMUS +, EVS and BYF in Gymnasium Yane Sandanski, in Sandanski

It was a great pleasure of ours, as EVS long-term volunteers, and a part of our BYF organisation, to host a presentation about ERASMUS+, EVS and our organisation in Gymnasium Yane Sandanski, in the municipality of Sandanski, Bulgaria. 269 more words


Language Coffee Bulgaria

With the first breath of spring, and the first blossoming tree, our Language Coffee event opened its doors to old and new faces.

March 25th, Saturday, the current year, was a day where we, as EVS volunteers, living in Bulgaria, decided to present Bulgarian beauty and welcoming spirit, both to the Bulgarians, and foreigners, which visited our event. 518 more words