Why a foreigner would move to Bulgaria & how’s life there ~ 1 min read

Why anybody from a developed country would move to BULGARIA? That makes no sense! Well, that somebody is Luis and he's from Portugal. These foreigners moving to Bulgaria were like leprechauns to me: Heard of them but never seen one. Now I GOT ONE! I didn't miss my oportunity and asked Luis HOW IS LIFE IN BULGARIA and few other questions. Watch his answers.

WUNTU offers £2, £3 & £5 Meal Deals in London (eat on a budget) ~ 1.30 min read

Get a sim card from 3 Mobile, download Wuntu, register and enjoy the World of Discounts: cheap meal deals of £2, £3 & £5 burger at Cafe Rouge, burrito as Las Iguanas, pizza or pasta at Bella Italia and even a free pizza in Domino's. Add to those free occasional coffee from Costa and even cinema tickets, and you'll enjoy London in a new level

The Curious Ones EP 3 ► Why DOCUMENTING is Important

Social media can be good or be bad. You decide this! But the good sides of social media are mainly 2: It allows you to document & it helps you to find your audience, eliminating the middleman. This is a huge opportunity that you should AT LEAST TRY. Taste it, learn it, if you don't like it- move on. But the worst that can happen is to leave something to your (grand)children, to show them a bit of yourself.

Bulgarian National FOOD & DRINK: Foreigners Taste Rakia & Shopska salad ~ 1 min read

Shopska salad is a traditional Bulgarian salad made with tomatoes, cucumbers, bell pepper, onion, olives, seasoned with extra virgin olive (or sunflower) oil and salt. Rakia is a Bulgarian national alcoholic drink made out of fruits and usually consumed together with Shopska Salad. The salad is originally made by Balkanturist (Bulgaria's first tour operator).