Free Day, New Blog Design

Yesterday, it's been the 1st November that is a double National Day. In Algeria, it's a free day for celebrating the beginning of the Revolution(1956.nov.1) against the French Colonialism(1830-1962). Meanwhile in Hungary, it is the religious and national day of the dead "all soul's day". The former one celebrates its national day with Algerian national … Continue reading Free Day, New Blog Design

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​New glasses

Today, "my most precious" just gave me her reading-glasses. As in a novel structure of "beginning-complication-solution-resolution"- this little act was the solution of my terrible day. My day was a cocktail of bad and good surprises: In the beginning, I planned to go early to the capital and have some relaxing time editting my stuffs … Continue reading ​New glasses

Poem: Schreibblockade

Schreibblockade I used to live in many places, Seeing them with various faces: On the mountain, in the woods, Drowsing in the peace of Sherwood's. In the village, on the farm, Sniffing animals with a great charm! In a town of a sandy shore, Running to hit a beachball to score. In the capital, inside … Continue reading Poem: Schreibblockade

​Algerian Holidays: Kabylian Mountains and Tadjmia3t

​Algerian Holidays: Kabylian Mountains and Tadjmia3t The second vacation choice of any Algerian family after the choice of the beach is the "Bled" which means the countryside. The most Algerian have Kabylian / Berber origins, so the ancient countryside means the Kabylian mountains of olive trees and figs. If you go to a big Berber … Continue reading ​Algerian Holidays: Kabylian Mountains and Tadjmia3t

Hungarian Holidays: Over 9000 Calories

It's said that every country has its cuisine with its own culture. I think that it's only partially true because the gastronomy itself holds universal traits everywhere... Once, I shared already this personal observation about international kitchens that every country has its national meat-plate, vegetable-plate, soups which change only in ingredients and other details. Okay, … Continue reading Hungarian Holidays: Over 9000 Calories

Hungarian Holiday: Never home

About one week has passed away without typing a word in the blog; however, it is due to my awesome programming. Every day, we wake up early -> have a light breakfast -> take the bus or have a 20 mins walk to the city of my village. My little brother enjoys the new European … Continue reading Hungarian Holiday: Never home