There were more than 6 months in Bucharest, Romania, since I wasn’t feeling good with myself anymore. The crowded town, missing my friends, being every day in a rush with everything and living in a town that pushed me to live 24 hours as I was living in a roller-coaster, made myself to take a final decision and make a change.
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When I first visited Henley on Thames in England, I didn’t know what I loved the most – its market in the center of the town, the main street with many Georgian frontages covering old buildings or the lovely little pubs located on the shore of the river Thames.
The Clay Castle from the Valley of Fairies – A Big Child story, on the foothills of Fagaras Mountains
If you didn’t believe in stories so far and everyone tried to convince you that dreams do not exist, if you had a dream since you were a kid and you hoped someday it will come true, then I recommend you to still have the power to believe in your dreams. They are possible. People who believed in their dream proved it. They proved it so much, that they did not give up to their dream until they saw it accomplished.
The most important thing when you leave in a holiday together with your family is to find the perfect moments to capture the best landscapes and to enjoy the trip.
It is said that “Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.”
From all the stories received on Fairytale Traveller I want to share with you guys, a place full of quiet and peace of mind. Many thanks for the pictures sent by Mifsud family: Janet and David. They told us also, a few things about this wonderful place.
Their very own name tells a story that you need to know, find it from the locals, or simply discover it yourself on the way, climbing the mountains or discovering their beauty.
I did not plan a trip to Bucegi Mountains, although I wanted to see them for some time. Because such a hike is not planned, it is done.
You can’t say that you really knew Romania, unless you reached at least once to Dobrogea Keys – a land full of wind and sunshine, alike. The destination is suitable for a one day trip. The keys are located on the right slope of the Casimcea Valley, in Constanta County, Romania, at about 45 kilometers north-west of the city of Constanta. How do you get there? The reservation is accessible by DN2A national road on the route: Constanţa – Ovidiu – the national road DN22 in the direction of Cogealac. Targuşor village shelters Gura Dobrogei reservation.
I met Pascal last year in Bucharest, to a photography exhibition. He came to visit Bucharest for his first time.
Modest, real and passioned about people and about everything new around him.
The type of man who sees not only photography in black and white. He has a type of REALISM that transforms any coloured idea that you have about photography in a black and white reality.
“I am looking at Romania now from the leadership point of view. I sell seeds of moving forward, of making the world a better place, this is why I always have hope for Romania. I tell the stories of those people who actually do something. We need to create communities. I want to bring the Scandinavians back to Romania, we want to have them explore the country and enjoy the traditions, to connect people and to create relationships between the Scandinavian countries and Romania.”
Hellen Keller once said that “The best and the most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.”
An exclusive interview with the producer of the documentary “The boy who started the Syrian War”
Abo Bakr Al Haj Ali: “I would love to go out of Syria to do humanitarian filming, because the most important aspect for the world is HUMANITY.”
He is a traveler, a dreamer, he has a personality based on kindness and honesty. His wish for a better world was born in times of blood, crimes, injustice and intolerance, when people around him were dying. He lost his brother, who was killed in the conflict, but he never stopped believing and working for a better world.
The sunny afternoons in November, surprised me in a fairytale place, just 15 kilometers away from the center of Bucharest. Here, history stops time, beauty has another meaning, and autumn colours slowly roll into the multicolored carpet made by the leaves, that contrasts with the walls of the buildings.