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Mi Casa / Ми Каса

Mi Casa is located in the very heart of the city, near the old Thermal Bath. Once you are there, you will enjoy some authentic ruins  right next to your day. 24 more words

"Sofia Eats"

Cruise blog: Find me some chickpeas Moondust, acupressure might actually work

People who believe that reflexology and acupressure treatments actually work are generally the same sort of people who take advice from horoscopes, visit clairvoyants to transmit messages to the deceased and think that WWE wrestling matches are spur of the moment fights. 733 more words


Sunrise Swim

This week I’m sharing the last photo from the early morning series at Delimara. I took this wide angle view shortly after sunrise, moments after the one in… 169 more words


Underwater | Siren

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Maria doing snorkel in cala Sahona, (Formentera, Spain)

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Despair and desperation – it never ends

I first published this blog on April 19 this year. The flood of people fleeing the disaster that is the Middle East, from Africa and from Afghanistan grows daily across southern Europe, but the political response has been shockingly inadequate. 601 more words


"Malta": A Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Alex Soloviev (2015)

“Malta”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Featuring Poem “Where The Sidewalk Ends” By Shel Silverstein Directed By Alex Soloviev.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Alex Soloviev… 152 more words

Cinematic Poems

The Benefits of Olive Oil

When most people think of olive oil, cooking with it is the first thing that comes to mind. It is actually a multi-use product, and for centuries around the world, it has been used in cosmetics, soaps, home health remedies, and even household cleaning products. 465 more words