​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

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​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 Holidays: Toothfairies

Hungary as a country is famous for the castles and adrenalin parks; however, we are also famous all over the world for our dentists. Patiens are coming from every corner of Europe and America to get cured for cheap prices with good quality beside having a lovely touristic time. As a tourist in my own … Continue reading Hungarian Holidays: Toothfairies

​Hungarian Holidays: The Troll Guide

Alrightithen, this will be the last week of my holidays in Hungary with my brother and mother. We spent gorgeous time here, visiting noice places, eating interesting foods and having a loooot of fun. As the nice places were brought by the old Hungarian culture of horsing-and-archery, the fun was mainly brought by me, the … Continue reading ​Hungarian Holidays: The Troll Guide

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