Thursday, December 27, 2012

Christmas Eve

       The tradition is saying that on the Christmas Eve you need to have only meatless meals. I am not the most traditional person in the world but I think that there are some very nice traditions. I think you will agree with that :).

      This year we've decided to follow the tradition :)

      The Christmas eve won't be the same without some homemade bread with the lucky coin, baked stuffed peppers with beans, stuffed cabbage leaves with rice and a kind of Pumpkin pie - the so called tikvena banitsa :)

                   And what did you have for diner in the Christmas eve? :)


                                                                  Merry Christmas! 

          It's been a long time since I've had so long vacation in the winter. I even don't remember when was the last time.. I think I was still in the University. So yes, a very long time ago :). 

          I hope you are all enjoying your holidays as much as I do. I had a very nice time in Vratsa with my family and now I am going to spend the new year's eve with friends in Sofia :)

         What I really love about the winter is Christmas: the getting together with your family and friends; the presents; and last but not least the snow! :) 

         What is the winter without snow!? And this year there was snow! There was so much snow everywhere! Unfortunately for me, after 24 of December the weather turn to be very hot for the season - 16 degree!! :) But I do hope that it will be snowing again for the 31 of December :)

          For those of you who enjoy the winter as much as I do here are some picture from you:

         Ethnographic complex "St. Sophronius Vrachanski" Vratsa

The "Vestitelia"( The Messenger) complex, Vratsa:

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Christmas time!

Christmas is coming! What better time to go and visit the local Christmas market in front of the "Ivan Vazov" National Theater and have some mulled wine or tea :)


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