Teacher’s Path: Wrath and Grace

It is the end of the second trimester in the Algerian national education system. As an English teacher, this moment can be realized as a double-edged sword on me and on my students, asking such questions as... "Whether the good grades of my students do reflect my work or rather their aptitudes?" "Whether the meager … Continue reading Teacher’s Path: Wrath and Grace


Arx Fatalis (2002)

For the winter Holidays I bought a little pack of PC Games to my 13 years old little brother. He quickly became a gamer next to me, finishing Dragon Age 2 Assassin's Creed I - II and III and other games Far Cry 2 and 3... I always give him games from my childhood which … Continue reading Arx Fatalis (2002)

Far Cry 3

​Winter holidays are coming and my little brother has just finished his exams. He is getting older and older, as a proof, he brought a new pc game alone for the first time. This game was Far Cry 3. As a respect toward me, he asked to install and try it before him... And I … Continue reading Far Cry 3

​Algerian Holidays: Bejaia, the Kabylian Capital

​Algerian Holidays: Bejaia, the Kabylian Capital Today I've visited Bejaia, the Great Kabylian  (Bgeya, Tamurt n leqbayel). Bejaia city can be called the capital of the Berber culture in Algeria since it has the most Berber speakers and territory why it is called the La Grande Kabylie. I am not here to tell how the … Continue reading ​Algerian Holidays: Bejaia, the Kabylian Capital

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

Hungarian Holidays: Nature vs Concrete

I skipped 2 days without blogging about the happening adventure in Hungary. In the last two days, my brother and I visited the forest and the highest mountain of Hungary - Mátra (1014m). Actually, we are living in the leg of the mountain, so we took only one bus to reach the entrance of the … Continue reading Hungarian Holidays: Nature vs Concrete